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Category :: Management Articles Author :: Steve Kaye 
 
 Article Title :: How to Hold Effective Staff Meetings
 
Many people believe that they conduct effective meetings, when all they really do is host a party. Or worse, they deliver a monologue. In either case, their meetings produce little. Here’s how to hold an effective staff meeting. 1) In general. Keep them short. Most staff meetings should last less than an hour. You want your staff to spend their time working on things that earn money for your business, not sitting in meetings. Keep them positive. Negative meetings contain insults, ridicule, and attacks. These activities create caution and resentment, which always costs your company money. Keep them interactive. Your staff consists of intelligent people. Put them to work in your meetings   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Steve Kaye 
 
 Article Title :: Why Would Anyone Hold a Bad Meeting?
 
Pssst, want a stock tip that will make you rich? Okay, here it is: phone a public corporation and ask to speak with the CEO. If a secretary tells you that the CEO expects to be busy in meetings for the next six hundred years, call your broker and sell the stock short. Any company unable to manage an activity that should last an hour is on its way down the financial tubes. Although it’s true that senior executives spend much of their time in meetings, you can bet that a business is in trouble if their meetings are out of control. Surveys show companies waste an average of 20% of their payroll on bad meetings. And that’s just the beginning of the problem. Meetings keep people away from  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Steve Kaye 
 
 Article Title :: Why Training Fails
 
Sometimes when I conduct my workshop on Effective Meetings, one of the participants will ask, "Where's my boss?" And I say, "Your boss claimed to be an expert on holding effective meetings." Then the person laughs. "My boss needs to attend your workshop more than anyone in our company. And without our manager's support, no one will use this." This is bad because if no one uses the ideas presented in a workshop, the client will conclude that training doesn't work. And then the company might abandon all training. Here are three important issues that determine the effectiveness of training. 1) People follow the leader. Any training program will be more successful if management supports it  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Charlon Bobo 
 
 Article Title :: Dynamic Interviewing Practices
 
Dynamic Interviewing Practices by Charlon Bobo, Red Frog, Inc. © 2005 The pre-hiring process can be a challenge. If you’re reading this article, you are finished with the pre-hiring process and are looking for tips that will guide you through the interview. Much time and energy can be invested and in the end, wasted, if your approach is not focused, deliberate, and specific. The following approaches have resulted in engaging, content-rich interviews providing us with a clear approach appropriate for each candidate. The Interview 1. Arrange interviews with a least three applicants. Three gives you a well-rounded base from which you can choose the best one. Sometimes three isn’t eno  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Charlon Bobo 
 
 Article Title :: Dynamic Pre-Hiring Practices
 
Dynamic Pre-Hiring Practices by Charlon Bobo, Red Frog, Inc. © 2005 The pre-hiring process can be a challenge. Much time and energy can be invested and in the end, wasted, if your approach is not focused, deliberate, and specific. The following approaches have resulted in meeting candidates that not only meet our specifications, but also regularly exceed our expectations! 5 Steps to Writing An Ad that Gets Results The following ad formula has yielded qualified, fitting job candidates: 1. Begin with a compelling headline 2. Provide a brief description of who's hiring to fill what position 3. First, describe what's in it for THEM, to really pull them in 4. Second, describe what you ex  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Chuck Yorke 
 
 Article Title :: Involving People Gave Us the Improvements We Needed
 
We had a problem with handling materials in a production department. Our process required raw materials to enter the department, be processed, and leave the department. The raw material was placed on pods, delivered for production, removed from the pods, placed on a staging fixture, removed from the fixture and process materials were then placed on another pod and delivered to an internal customer. Internal customer had to place on still another pod. Someone suggested placing the material from the fixture onto the customer’s internal pod to reduce handling, errors, etc. Room was tight (because two different style pods were used, one for raw material and one for processing) and someone l  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Brent Filson 
 
 Article Title :: The Defining Moment: The Straw That Stirs The Drink Of Motivational Leadership (Part Two)
 
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: mail to: brent@actionleadership.com Word count: 1000 Summary: Motivation is a critical aspect of leadership. But most leaders fail to realize practical processes to motivate people consistently. Here is a motivational-leadership tool to greatly increase your leadership effectiveness. The Defining Moment: The Straw That Stirs The Drink Of Motivational Leadership (Part Two) by Brent Filson In Part One, I des  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Brent Filson 
 
 Article Title :: The Defining Moment: The Straw That Stirs The Drink Of Motivational Leadership (Part One)
 
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: mail to: brent@actionleadership.com Word count: 770 Summary: Motivation is a critical aspect of leadership. But most leaders fail to realize practical processes to motivate people consistently. Here is a motivational-leadership tool to greatly increase your leadership effectiveness. The Defining Moment: The Straw That Stirs The Drink Of Motivational Leadership (Part One) by Brent Filson Decades ago, as a r  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Heidi Richards, MS 
 
 Article Title :: Evaluating Your Event
 
Evaluate Immediately! It is important to do your evaluation/assessment of the event while the details are fresh in your mind. Include anyone in the evaluation process that had a stake in the event. Stakeholders would include vendors, hired staff, volunteers and employers. You could host a debriefing session or a wrap up meeting to accomplish this task. Make this a pleasant experience. Include refreshments and lots of kudos (thank you’s for a job well done). Prior to, or when the meeting begins, enlist a “scribe” to record the comments and answers from the group. Ask yourself and them the following questions: · Did the event fulfill the goals and objectives set forth? · What work  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Heidi Richards, MS 
 
 Article Title :: Planning Special Events - Part Two - The Master Plan
 
"The master plan is the plan you create to ensure you have covered your bases when planning your event. Doing so will increase your chances of having a wildly successful outcome, leading to more referrals, happy clients and more sales." Heidi Richards 1. Create your checklist. A checklist provides an organized roadmap to executing your event. What resources will you need, donations, people, money? - A sample checklist is included below. 2. Create a Timeline! This should be a part of the checklist and is perhaps the most important component of the document that will insure the success of your event. The timeline should include items such as, when programs are printed, when invitat  (read full article)
 
 
 
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