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Category :: Management Articles Author :: Marcia Zidle 
 
 Article Title :: Test Your Hiring IQ
 
The purpose of any selection process is to discriminate (albeit fairly) among job candidates. Your goal is to select the right people, with the right skills, at the right time for the right position. Have you hired anyone recently? If so, how well did you do? How many of these ten questions can you answer ‘yes’ to? Did YOU: Avoid hiring in a hurry just to get a body on board Know what you really needed – not what looked good on paper? Get the word out to a variety of sources so that the best candidates could apply? Pay attention to the right things during the interview – the required competencies? Prepare for the interviews  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Marcia Zidle 
 
 Article Title :: Smart Staffing: Replacing a Key Manager
 
Have you been in this situation? One of your top managers left suddenly and you’re under the gun to replace her quickly. So you promoted her assistant. That was a disaster. You now need to replace him but want to do it right this time and avoid another costly mistake.This is an example of the hundreds of 'management staffing gone wrong' disasters that I’ve witnessed in working with many companies. In today’s hurry-up and get-it-done work world, many people are unwisely promoted to management positions. Basically, their abilities do not match or are insufficient for the new job role. Before you place someone in a management or supervisory position, take heed of these thre  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Marcia Zidle 
 
 Article Title :: Morale Boosters: Feed the Troops First
 
When economic conditions turn tough or when the heavy work load seems never-ending, leaders tend to forget the “basics”–building commitment beyond the paycheck. It’s the small things everyday that can bring down morale and it’s the small things everyday that can raise performance. A holiday party or picnic once or twice a year probably won’t do it. Rather, it’s a leader’s sincere recognition that employees are assets to be valued, not tools to be used up and discarded. Here are quick ways too boost morale.Don’t let respect slip under the radar screen. If you treat your employees with respect you will earn their respect. For example, if you pay at  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Marcia Zidle 
 
 Article Title :: Employee Discipline: How to Nip Problems in the Bud
 
Are you uncomfortable with delivering disciplinary action, even involving employees you know deserve it? You're not alone. Disciplinary action is one of the least favored tasks a supervisor must occasionally perform.Disciplining employees is so dreaded by so many supervisors that many look the other way when trouble develops, perhaps in the hope that the matter will correct itself. But most of the time it doesn’t – it tends to go from bad to worse. Rather than allow that to happen, take positive steps to prevent this potential problem from becoming a real problem.Consider this simple example. Assume you have an attendance policy that calls for disciplinary action if an e  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Marcia Zidle 
 
 Article Title :: Hire Winners: Ask the Right Questions
 
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 traits that are required for a position.A behavioral example is a description, by the job applicant, of a specific event that shows in detail how she did something or handled a problem or made a decision. The rationale for asking for behavioral examples is the notion that the best predictor of what individuals will do in the future is what they have done in the past.Let  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Marcia Zidle 
 
 Article Title :: Employee Retention: Keeping the People Who Keep You in Business
 
The retention of highly skilled knowledge workers is one of the major challenges today for all organizatons. Knowledge workers are those whose work primarily requires the use of “mental power rather than muscle power."For example, they are the developers and caretakers of the computer networks that keep your business running. They are also the producers of the dazzling graphics presentations that help your sales force land new customers. And they are even the account reps who look into data bases to decide whether to grant a bank loan request or explain investment options to potential customers.Knowledge workers are therefore extremely valuable because they keep the fact  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Marcia Zidle 
 
 Article Title :: Employee Retention: Five Leadership Fundamentals
 
Are your management practices on the right track? Retaining your valued or high performing employees must be a strategic issue for your company. Throwing more money at your workers is not the answer and can become very costly. The more effective way to retain top talent is to address their important needs.Universal Truths: Most people are content being paid at or around the market rate for good quality work. SOME folks are extremely money conscious, but eventually they learn that the paycheck comes every two weeks all on its own, and other motivators come into play very quickly. There are very few folks who can be bought for money alone.Most  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Philip Lye 
 
 Article Title :: The Silent Assassin - What to Do When They Visit You?
 
IntroductionThere are a group of people in the community that will some time in their career visit your business; the silent assassin.The silent assassin displays all the qualities of a serial killer as they silently wreck havoc in your business through unrest, sabotage, bullying and non-productivity.Modus OperandiThe silent assassin is a work of art! They stalk their victim/s purposely as they maintain an outward veneer of respectability towards management and those that have authority. They often undermine your business and wreck the careers of other employees through a vicious type of ‘office politics’ and ‘sabotage’?They love trouble and str  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Marcia Zidle 
 
 Article Title :: Keep Your Good Workers by Building Good Leaders
 
A recent report from the American Hospital Association’s Commission on the Workforce asked healthcare workers key questions about the performance of their front line managers. The study concluded that an employee’s decision to stay with or leave an organization is primarily based on his or her relationship with an immediate supervisor. No matter what industry or setting or company size, effective leaders: Possess personal integrity. Can easily adapt to change. Work to build the talent of others. Communicate well with their people. Have the ability to build and lead a team. Can analyze problems and create solutions. Encoura  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Bill Robb 
 
 Article Title :: Your Appraisal System Can Be Better – Overcome These Nine Serious Failings
 
This article is directed at senior managers. As a senior colleague you have the authority to make tremendous improvements. You can have maximum effect in improving your existing appraisal system or starting one that contributes to profits or other targets.1. Bad experiences of appraisals.For a senior manager like yourself, it is important to accept that many people fear and dislike appraisal interviews.Many people have had terrible experiences when being appraised. Consequently, they think appraisals are a stick for Management to beat them with - to give them a "telling - off" and to give out extra workload. Appraisals for many people are threatening events. Many peop  (read full article)
 
 
 
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