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How to manage someone who thinks everything is urgent / by Liz Kislik

By: Kislik, Liz.
Series: Harvard Business Review.Publisher: USA, Harvard Business School, Edition: 2 August 2017.Description: Online article.Subject(s): Leadership | Interpersonal skills | Interpersonal communication | Corporate cultureOnline resources: Click here to access online Summary: Argues that while urgent employees are often the most committed and productive, their sense of urgency can have a negative impact on a business. Outlines steps that can be taken to focus their intensity and achieve better decision making outcomes.
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Argues that while urgent employees are often the most committed and productive, their sense of urgency can have a negative impact on a business. Outlines steps that can be taken to focus their intensity and achieve better decision making outcomes.

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