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Category :: Management Articles Author :: Mike Bosse 
 
 Article Title :: How to Command the Respect of Your Team
 
When I was a child my father would take me ice fishing with him and his buddies. I remember very clearly the first time he took me out on the ice. I was so excited to be included in his fishing trip that I couldn’t sleep the entire night prior. So at 4:00am when my father came into the room to wake me, he was a little surprised to find me wide eyed and full of energy. When we got out onto the frozen lake I remember hearing the ice creak beneath the wheels of the truck as we slowly approached the small wooden shack that would house us from the elements for the remainder of the day. I remember being concerned as the first ‘POP!’ resounded from the crystal floor below. But then, I to  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Matthew Bratschi 
 
 Article Title :: Hollander Consultants Gears Up For Largest Symposium in Three Years
 
Hollander Consultants Gears Up For Largest Symposium in Three Years Over 350 People Expected in Florida Portland, OR: Hollander Consultants Florida Symposium is poised to break attendance records over the last three years of Hollander symposia. The Hollander Consultants Florida Symposium will be held at the Sheraton Sand Key Resort in Clearwater Beach from March 17 to March 19. Eric Korb, Hollander Consultants’ vice-president for client services, said, “Our symposia are absolutely vital aspects of our entire consulting program. Clients who attend find marked changes in their practices and businesses that result in increased staff efficiency and revenue. Our clients’ staff always com  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Martin Haworth 
 
 Article Title :: Employee Motivation - Get The Basics Right First*
 
To motivate your people, it is vital that you start off with understanding that there are some things that need to be fixed first, before you can get on with the above the line actions which develop a strong and engaged culture. There are just eight things you need to do. Building a team of motivated people in your business is vital to get the very best results, but so many managers focus on the 'ra-ra-ra', rather than the important things - the things that make people feel comfortable in their working environment. Here are eight that you might want to have a think about:- 1. The Weather Is it too hot, or too cold. Your people need an environment which  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Martin Haworth 
 
 Article Title :: Top Ten Reason Why Agendas Make Meetings Productive*
 
Meetings take up time and effort, so they need to be very productive. And one aspect worthy of special focus is how well you organise your meetings. Using a great agenda does just that. Having a meeting agenda template that works well for you, week in, week out, creates a consistency which gets your people bought into the meeting process. Delivering an efficiency and effectiveness which makes the most of the valuable time you have together. Key points to note are:- 1. Circulate Share your agenda in good time, well before your meeting (with reading material for preview). This gives time for review, preparation and challenge. 2. RolesIn a me  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Chuck Yorke 
 
 Article Title :: Improve Your Bottom Line, Benefit From Employee Ideas
 
Customers want our products and services to be better, delivered faster, and produced less expensively. This means that everything we do needs to be improved. To stay competitive in this world we have to be better then we were last year and we should be prepared to be better next year. We must continuously improve. Engaged employees can show us the way. All employees can be thinking about how to reduce costs, looking at safety issues, reducing wastes and improving the environment, while at the same time developing skills to identify, articulate and communicate those kinds of things. The Gallup Organization has studied thousands of companies and surveyed millions of employees. Their resea  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Brent Filson 
 
 Article Title :: A Lasting Leadership Lesson: George Washington's Greatest Leadership Talk
 
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: 745 Summary: The most important victory of the Revolutionary War was not achieved at Saratoga or Yorktown, but in a log hut in 1783 when George Washington put an end to a rebellion by his troops by giving a soft-spoken "Leadership Talk". A Lasting Leadership Lesson: How One Leadership Talk By George Washington Saved The Revolution (And Our Fledgling Nation) Fr  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Ed Sykes 
 
 Article Title :: Nine Secrets to Running Outstanding Meetings
 
Nine Ways Johnny Carson Can Help You Run Outstanding Meetings By Ed Sykes © 2005 all Rights Reserved Recently, America lost one of the giants of late night television, Johnny Carson. He was a master at his craft, because he would conduct his show, essentially like a ninety minute meeting. The program would be entertaining, insightful, informative, and leave you wanting more. Many times we fear going to meetings because we feel, based on past experiences, that they are going to be boring, not relevant, lack information, and we can’t wait until the meeting ends. Here are my eight techniques used by Johnny Carson to make your meetings outstanding for all involved: 1. Do Your Research Jo  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Bob Cannon 
 
 Article Title :: Guide for Visionary Leaders and Business Decision-makers.
 
Change and the Cycle of Specialization Robert E. Cannon www.cannonadvantage.com Guide for Visionary Leaders and Business Decision-makers. – In the January issue of Taking Aim, I reported on the book Margin. That book triggered some thoughts that had been floating in and out of my consciousness for some time. In fact I had even created the topic “Cycle of Specialization” several years ago, but just couldn’t quite get my thoughts to gel in any cohesive manner. This then is an attempt to put into words those thoughts and how it affects us as visionary leaders and business decision-makers. There is a Cycle of Specialization that has repeated itself over the centuries. It has been diffi  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Jose Sanchez 
 
 Article Title :: Improving electrical distribution reliability and cost
 
ackground The company analyzed it's competitive position relative to the other large investor owned utilities in the US. It became clear to survive in a deregulated environment that significant change was needed in 3 key areas. Reduce operating and maintenance expenditures to be at or near the best companies in cost per kWh. Improve generating efficiencies and implement load control programs so that no new generating plants would be needed to meet forecasted demand through the end of the century. Maintain overall system reliability, and focus on improving the reliability for the largest commercial and industrial "at risk"customers, and fund this effort by redeploying cost reductions. Develo  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Nine Ways Johnny Carson Can Help You Run Outstanding 
 
 Article Title :: Ed Sykes
 
Nine Ways Johnny Carson Can Help You Run Outstanding Meetings By Ed Sykes © 2005 all Rights Reserved Recently, America lost one of the giants of late night television, Johnny Carson. He was a master at his craft,because he would conduct his show, essentially like a ninety minute meeting. The program would be entertaining, insightful, informative, and leave you wanting more. Many times we fear going to meetings because we feel, based on past experiences, that they are going to be boring, not relevant, lack information, and we can’t wait until the meeting ends. Here are my eight techniques used by Johnny Carson to make your meetings outstanding for all involved: 1. Do Your Research Joh  (read full article)
 
 
 
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