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Category :: Management Articles Author :: Etienne A. Gibbs, MSW, Management Consultant and Trainer 
 
 Article Title :: What Every Executive Should Know
 
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: eagibbs@ureach.com When new executives join the team, they are full of promise. Their jobs offer new challenges. They dig up old and new problems and probe for solutions. They are fighters, workers, and dreamers. Then something happens: They slow down. They lose their sparkle. They relax, take it easy, and become straight nine-to-five people. They keep themselves out of trouble. They a  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Etienne A. Gibbs, MSW, Management Consultant and Trainer 
 
 Article Title :: Unifying Principles for Family and Youth: Some Head Start Builders
 
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: eagibbs@ureach.com Managers, supervisors, parents, teachers, see if these Head Start Seven Builders for Family and Youth apply to you as well. Principle 1. Commit to Quality and Excellence in Thought and Action: * Give quality service to all. * Develop positive habits through daily practice. * Develop and maintain a professional image. * Provide the f  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Etienne A. Gibbs, MSW, Management Consultant and Trainer 
 
 Article Title :: Following Successful Leadership Strategies
 
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: eagibbs@ureach.com Management Consultant Suzanne Howard believes that leaders need not live a stressful life. So do I. To help you maximize your leadership potential, here is a ten-point strategy she suggests: * 1. Success: Most leaders have a sense of purpose, a mission that sets their standards for success. Develop and follow your own high standards. * 2. Knowledge:   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Mike Hayden 
 
 Article Title :: Lack of Operations Manuals stunting your growth?
 
Lack of Operations Manuals stunting your growth? CONTENTS: 1. Do you lack functional Operations Manuals? 2. Use a SYSTEM to write your Operations Manuals! 3. Yes, but my people just don't/won't write stuff down! 4. But people WILL write stuff down - if ... 5. Call to Action. ============================================================ 1. Do you lack functional Operations Manuals? ============================================================ Great businesses depend on systems, not people. That's because you can duplicate systems, but not people. If your business can't duplicate salable results, it won't survive. Duplication is Nature's Survival Law. If your organization lacks Operatio  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Etienne A. Gibbs, MSW, Management Consultant and Trainer 
 
 Article Title :: Learning from Your Employees' and Customers' Complaints
 
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: eagibbs@ureach.com Listening to complaints, whether they're reasonable or not, is a part of every manager's job. Sometimes complaints can be overwhelming. However, when we take them in stride with an open mind, we can learn much from our employees' and customers' feelings about the workplace. After all, a complaint is nothing more that a person telling you that his (or her) needs haven't been met. As   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Etienne A. Gibbs, MSW 
 
 Article Title :: Setting a Pitiful Example: Twenty-six Warnings to Heed *
 
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. Email him at eagibbs@ureach.com. TO: All Parents [and Employers and Managers] From: Your Child or Employee Date: The present time 1. Don't spoil me. I know quite well that I ought not to have all I ask for. I'm only testing you. 2. Don't be afraid to be firm with me. I prefer it; it lets me know where I stand. 3. Don't use force with me. It teaches me that power is all   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Michael Beck 
 
 Article Title :: Turnover is Not a Problem
 
“Ha!” you say. “For someone to make a statement like that, they obviously haven’t worked in the real world and certainly have never had to run a company.” Well, let me assure you. In my past I’ve not only run companies, but spent many years in one of the most notorious industries for turnover – the restaurant industry. Don’t get me wrong, I understand and appreciate the challenges that turnover creates. Turnover causes a drop in productivity, lower profits, inconsistent quality, and certainly creates work overload. In addition, turnover results in a lack of motivation, a lack of enthusiasm, apathy, and a lack of teamwork. But here’s the question… Are the challenges I j  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Robert E. Cannon 
 
 Article Title :: Do You Inspire or Incinerate?
 
Throughout my career, I have asked managers what they look for in hiring new employees. The single most sought after characteristic is a positive attitude. Knowledge can be learned but a positive attitude cannot be taught and is recognized as being critical for success. Yet, if attitude is so important, why do we do so much to destroy it? (I use we, because as a manager, I was guilty of having done some of the very things I have outlined below.) The following are some things I have learned that will enhance or destroy a positive attitude. Demeanor. Early on in my career in Sales Management, it became apparent to me that I could single-handedly affect the attitude of the entire office just   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Robert E. Cannon 
 
 Article Title :: Agility = Sustainability
 
High Engagement, it’s not your standard employee motivation. - All organizations today are faced with intense competition and rapidly changing markets, customers, products, delivery, systems and services. The rate of change is outpacing our ability to adapt. We are witnessing this inability to adapt every day as organizations in business, government, religion, healthcare etc. fail right before our eyes. Sometimes, I think we overlook the fact that the rules of the game have changed as well. Early on in my career, businesses were evaluated by the amount of assets or “Retained Earnings” showing on their books. “Good Will,” used to be a bone of contention in determining the real val  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Ed Sykes 
 
 Article Title :: Five Secrets to Gaining Credibility with Your Team for Outstanding Results
 
Towers Perrin, the corporate benefits consulting firm, surveyed over 1000 American workers and found the following: * Only 51 percent of all workers trust their organizations to tell the truth in employee communications * Only 48 percent of all workers with more than five years of tenure believe their companies are honest in their employee communications * Only 44 percent of all workers over age 50 trust their organizations to tell them the truth in employee communications Organizations then wonder why worker productivity decreases, employee loyalty is at an all time low, and human resource situations increase. Your employees see everyday, at least in their eyes, the following: * Record   (read full article)
 
 
 
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