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How to be more effective at work? Ask Questions!

Everyone in the organisation, over time should focus on making themselves more effective and efficient at what they do. Continuous improvement is the key to success for any organisation. But how does one do that? It’s quite simple. By asking questions!

Managers have many responsibilities apart from managing their own as well as their team’s stuff. They need to keep an eye on various initiatives even though they may not be actively involved in many of these. It also becomes a manager’s responsibility to make sure that every individual is motivated enough & is making best possible contribution towards the overall progress. So it is imperative that they ask pertinent questions from time to time to determine the status of each.

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