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Business Opportunity Leverage Your Employees By: Martin Haworth
As a business asset, they don't sit well on the P&L statement. They aren't valuable like a piece of machinery, or an office block. There is no assignment of currency with which you can measure them. But living and breathing within the walls of your premises are the ...
The Sustainable Workplacetm The Top 10 Ways Of Creating It By: Martin Sawdon
1. Spend your time on the big picture and delegate everything else to incredibly capable subordinates.Be a visionary, develop your intuition and creativity, read the runes, anticipate product and service cycles to ensure your company's economic future is always bright.2. Have a well developed corporate mission and vision expressed ...
Increase Business Performance by Setting Performance Standards Expectations for Your Employees By: Megan Tough
The success of your business is directly related to the commitment and productivity of the people who work in your business. And yet it is generally recognized that 60% of employees, or more, are underutilized in their roles at work.So what are the factors that contribute to low performance standards ...
Five Ways to Be More Generous Through Your Business By: Jaya Schillinger
One of the themes for my New Year's resolutions from last year was to become more generous. I was motivated by wanting to break a general feeling of entrepreneurial financial anxiety, as well as to begin fulfilling a childhood dream of becoming "a philanthropist." (Big word for a little kid, ...
The End Of Leadership Letting Things Happen By: Brent Filson
Decades ago, a now renowned orchestra leader, just starting out as an assistant, experienced a defining moment that would shape his future. He was rehearsing the Cleveland Orchestra in a Chopin piano concerto. He recalls, "An oboe solo went over me like some kind of tidal wave. ...
Profits and Business Success 5 Profit Traps to Watch Out For By: Megan Tough
The old saying 'You have to spend money to make money' can be a dangerous one. Every business has it's costs, but not every business owner takes the time to distinguish between what is an essential expense, and what is a 'nice to have' expense.And on top of needless expenses, ...
Conquering the Number One Problem in BusinessPoor Communication By: Tracy Peterson Turner PhD
The Number One problem in business is poor communication: between coworkers, with clients, across functional areas, up the food chain. When I ask anyone I meet ?What's the one thing that causes problems in your company?? the answer is always Communication: poor communication in relaying instructions, miscommunication because of irresponsible ...
Are You Cascading Your Strategy or Fragmenting It By: Stacey Barr
INTRODUCTIONThe typical approach executive teams use to cascade, or roll out, their strategic direction is to produce a clear set of goals, objectives, critical success factors or a scorecard and then get each departmental or functional manager to take this on board and customize it for their part of the ...
How to Fire an Employee By: Christoph Puetz
One of the most difficult tasks you will face as a business owner will be firing employees. Employees who consistently break the rules, do not perform the functions of their job, or cause difficulties for your business can be a strain on the work environment, your cash flow, and even ...
Dont Flush Your Money Down the Dunny By: Philip Lye
Many of us go into business with unbounded enthusiasm, fervent passion and great ideas only to have ?people issues? confront us sometime, somewhere down the track, assertions of unfair dismissal being one.These ?people issues? always seem to raise their ugly heads when we least need the accompanying grief. After all ...
Do You Hear That By: Maria Boomhower
I read a report in the Toronto Star stated that 70% of workplace errors happen because of communication breakdown and that many of them directly relate to a lack of listening skills.The challenge is most people filter out sounds, noises and people talking as much as they filter out most ...
Resolve Differences By: Linda Henman
Resolving conflict doesn't come easily to too many people. Most of us want harmonious relationships and smooth interpersonal interactions. However, we know that disagreements and conflicts are part of any dynamic organization. They arise because people care about their jobs and want to produce good results. ...
Knowledge Management Learning Whilst Doing Facilitating an After Action Review By: Chris Collison
Introducing a learning culture into organisations can be difficult at times, particularly if the effort required it great and the benefits aren't quickly identifiable.After Action Reviews (known as AARs) are one of the simplest knowledge management techniques, and have been used to great effect in organisations ranging from the US ...
Hire Winners Ask the Right Questions By: Marcia Zidle
How do you as a manager, supervisor or team leader hire winners? One very successful interviewing technique is behavioral interviewing---selecting the right person for the right job using a job-related rather than a gut feel approach. A job-related approach is asking for a behavioral example of skills and ...
Do Not Confuse Your Team by Giving Different Signals By: Hans Bool
You are to lead a small call center. This center has a simple campaign where prospects are contacted (cold calling) offering them a new product. It is a difficult product to sell in a business to business market. So there are many ways of doing this. In most cases a ...
Pathways and Pitfalls to Living Organizational Values By: Jim Clemmer
"You can preach a better sermon with your life than with your lips." ? Oliver Goldsmith, 18th Century English writer? Revisit and revise your values every few years to keep them alive and relevant. They can too easily become stale, stifling, or just ignored. In The Achieve Group's (my first training ...
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