Boss's Tip of the Day: Take notes
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If you're a boss, you know that every day is a challenge to do better. This tip is based on the same research I used to develop my programs and the Working Supervisor's Support Kit .
Take notes when you talk to team members. Your notes will help you remember important things. But there are other reasons to take notes, too.
Notes help you concentrate on the issues and block out distractions.
Notes are a signal that your conversation and what the team member says are important.
If you have a copy of the Working Supervisor's Support Kit , you'll find more on this in the chapters titled "Some Basic Principles."
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