Word from the top: Corridor managers offer advice on how to move forward

Whether for private or public sector, area leaders making the most of their skills


Managers in this new year will need to deal with many of the same hurdles they faced in 2012, only more so — from keeping the trains running on time every day to adjusting for future challenges. Economic uncertainties will continue to badger planning.

Their employees will be concerned with job security, and their companies will face concerns with attracting and retaining talent.

So we asked managers and executives in The Corridor this question:

If you could offer one piece of advice for 2013 to supervisors and managers just starting out, what would that be?

Click on a name below to see what they had to say:


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