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Category :: Management Articles Author :: Steve Kaye 
 
 Article Title :: What You Don't Want to Know About Bad Meetings
 
Bad meetings are a cultural malady that senior executives pass on to new employees. Long pointless meetings are useful in that they keep incompetent people from interfering with those who are working. An employee who needs permission to buy a box of paperclips can spend tens of thousands of dollars worth of employee time on bad meetings. Many people attempt to save time by Not planning. This false short cut guarantees that everyone will spend more time later. Unstructured spontaneity leads to serendipity, which (in business) leads to bankruptcy. Meetings are a magnetic opiate that keep people from the tasks they were hired to perform. The main activity in many meetings consists of sim  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Steve Kaye 
 
 Article Title :: Come Home Rich - How to Get the Most out of Your Next Conference
 
Success in your career depends upon how well you manage your professional development. A prime source of this development comes from being a member of a professional association that relates to your career. As a member, you can attend conferences where you advance your skills and meet people who can help you. Some people, however, treat conferences as a paid vacation. They party, they skip sessions, and they return home with little more than a stack of receipts. That costs them (or their business) money and contributes nothing to professional growth. Here’s how to get the most out of your next conference. Start With a Plan First, make a list of your goals for attending the conference.  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Steve Kaye 
 
 Article Title :: How to Save Money on Training
 
1) Use a live instructor. Adults learn best by doing, practicing, and experiencing. Effective instructors customize their programs to meet people’s needs, provide counsel on individual challenges, and respond to questions. Videos, CDs, and E-learning are seldom effective for primary learning. Since the greatest cost of learning is the payroll cost of the participants, you want to make sure the program delivers results. 2) Hire external experts. They can speak candidly about crucial issues related to complex work skills. They are free of prior encounters with your staff. And they bring a fresh, outside perspective based on a worldwide view (instead of an internal one). Those who specializ  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Steve Kaye 
 
 Article Title :: Unexpected Wisdom
 
If you have ever traveled across country by train, you know that meals are served with community seating. That means you can meet new people with every meal. In late March I took the train home (to Southern California) from an engagement in Massachusetts. One evening my meal companions consisted of a very nice couple and a teenager. At first, the teenager had little to say. (Parents, does this sound familiar?) But through my questions he told us that he was 16, wanted to be an attorney, and could bench press 325 pounds. Then I asked him, "What three recommendations would you give to someone in 8th grade about high school?" Without hesitation he gave an answer that all of us can use. Here   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Anne Alexander 
 
 Article Title :: Turnaround or Terminate? How to Deal with "Problem"
 
Do you struggle with a "problem" employee? If so, join the crowd! Many of my coaching clients - businesses owners or managers - tear their hair out over one or more toxic employees. In our business environment, we tend to recreate the dynamics of the family we grew up, so no wonder problems develop. It's amazing often a business owner or manager will endure a "problem" employee, unable to help the employee make positive changes and unable to fire them when necessary. Tolerating a problem employee is like walking around with a sliver in your foot - highly irritating, but you can kind of get used to it. Then, when you finally pull it out, you can't believe the relief! That relief generally   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: CMOE Development Team 
 
 Article Title :: TRANSITION TO LEADERSHIP TRAINING
 
Introduction: “Why the need for a transition” Human beings generally thrive on personal achievements. True leaders, on the other hand, thrive on the achievements of their team members. Highly effective leaders guide, assist, and coach team members rather than do the work themselves. Successful leaders learn to trust others and spend time developing people. They often do not possess these abilities when they first assume a leadership position. These abilities develop over time. New leaders can create a rift with employees because the leader may become too “hands on,” thus frustrating employees with too many controls and over supervision. The transition to leadersh  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Brent Filson 
 
 Article Title :: Make The Elephant Jump -- Leading With A Kind Heart
 
PERMISSION TO REPUBLISH: This article may be republished in newsletters and on web sites provided attribution is provided to the author, and it appears with the included copyright, resource box and live web site link. Email notice of intent to publish is appreciated but not required. E-mail to: brent@actionleadership.com Word count: 567 Summary: A leader who wants to consistently motivate people to meet tough challenges and achieve extraordinary results must have a kind heart. Make The Elephant Jump -- Leading With A Kind Heart by Brent Filson Leadership is not about getting people to do what they want. If they did what they want, you wouldn't be needed as a leader. Instead, leadership   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Phil McCutchen 
 
 Article Title :: Improve Profitable "ROE" with Retention
 
"R.O.E.: Return On Employee -- A measure of corporate business performance as determined by the gross revenue achieved per staff employee." by Phil McCutchen Marketing Manager, VCG, Inc. As the definition above points out, ROE (Return On Employee) focuses on your staff, the people who generate the revenue that makes your operation profitable. For any business with above-average employee turnover, ROE is a critical component of success that is too often neglected by management. For the purposes of this article, we'll focus on the staffing industry; temporary employment and recruiting agencies that provide important personnel-related services to the business community, yet typically suffer   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Kim Beardsmore 
 
 Article Title :: Keys To Negotiating Well
 
Whether it's buying a car, asking for a pay rise, saying 'no' to a friend or renting an apartment - at some stage in our lives we all are going to need to know how to negotiate. Yet, so few of us know the basic skills before embarking on life changing purchases or decisions! These 8 keys will assist you negotiate well. 1. Know the outcome you want. Do you want a win-win outcome where both parties benefit? Or a win-lose outcome where someone (presumably the other party) is not happy with the result? It is important you know what type of outcome you want because that will affect the long term relationship you have with the other party. Win-win outcomes are beneficial where you have   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Anthony Licate 
 
 Article Title :: 5 surefire ways to bring your business objectives full circle with technology
 
All small to mid-sized company owners want to know where their dollar is being spent when it comes to computer technology in their organization. The challenge is for them to get the information they need to make the right purchasing decisions. ‘Tell me in English why you think we need this technology in our company?’ That question goes through every company owner’s mind and mouth. Getting the answer that makes sense to them is another story. How can the people in charge of your company understand what the value is of specific technology if their computer support people cannot articulate why it is so important? This guide will assist every company owner in understanding how to commun  (read full article)
 
 
 
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