61. Be accessible. Eat lunch!
Some managers believe that they will get more done if they don't
eat lunch, or just eat a snack at their desks. But lunch breaks are useful
occasions for spending time with your associates, getting to know them,
discussing mutual concerns, ideas, catching up on the latest news, and keeping
your network alive, not to mention refreshing yourself and having a good time
with your staff.
When you eat alone or skip lunch, you are giving a message to your
team that you are aloof, and that will steadily erode your position on the team.
Besides, you will miss opportunities to get valuable information from your