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Know your numbers

10/2/2014

Pick up some knowledge on capital expenditures in this crash course Q&A. More

Be a course asset

10/2/2014

Understand capital expenditures to get the most out of your budget. More

Bridge the gap

8/11/2014

Reach outside your own group to bring the crew together, no matter their age. More

Team up

8/11/2014

Get the crew to work together to establish a team years in the making. More

Get ready to deal

7/1/2014

Understand the other side to get what you want out of a negotiation. More

Stop arm-wrestling

7/1/2014

Strong negotiation skills start with communication. More

Have a word

6/2/2014

No matter where they’re from, encouragement and training make better employees. More

Reach across cultures

6/2/2014

Understand how your crew is approaching the job to build a better team. More

The meaning of money

4/2/2014

Turf isn’t the only green that it pays to understand. More

Get your budget

4/2/2014

Knowing how to talk about goals and expenses is sound management. More

Lend a hand

12/30/2013

Be the voice of experience for a growing superintendent and for the future of the game. More

Plan ahead

12/30/2013

An internship or training program makes sure a crew will never be left short-handed. More

Why change fails

10/21/2013

Learning new skills isn’t helpful if you can’t alter your practices and environment to put them to use. More

Share the wealth

10/21/2013

Don’t just go after education. Put lessons into practice, and help your crew improve. More

Conditioning Your Management Skills

8/29/2013

GCI's Pat Jones gave Dr. Ken Middaugh, one of the Wake Forest University business experts who helps to teach the annual Syngenta Business Institute, a very simple request: Name five things every superintendent can do to improve their management skills now. Here’s his very sophisticated answer to that simple statement. More

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