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[TechRepublic] Five ways to lead your team to peak performance

April 09, 2009

Five ways to lead your team to peak performance

Sanity Savers for IT ExecutivesWhen you manage knowledge workers and IT managers, you need to continually challenge them and allow them to solve problems independently. This episode of Sanity Savers for IT executives shares a few tips to help you guide your team to peak performance.

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