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Category :: Management Articles Author :: Bill Lee 
 
 Article Title :: Entitlement Programs Kill Corporate Productivity
 
In articles I’ve written over the years, I have used “laissez-faire,” a term more frequently used to characterize governments than businesses, to describe a rather laid-back management style. When I use this term, I am referring to management personnel who put very little pressure on employees to achieve their full potential by pushing them toward peak performance levels.Laissez-faire managers had much rather maintain a stress-free relationship with their personnel than face the antagonistic environment that sometimes arises when employee confrontations become necessary. They rarely “push” their people; they allow each employee to set his or her own performance standard  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Martin Haworth 
 
 Article Title :: Succession Planning for Your Business - 7 Key Benefits
 
A core activity in many successful businesses, Succession Planning is simple and quick to implement - here are seven reasons why you will find it of great value in your business or organisation. But, you need to lead - it works only as well as the support it gets!TimeSuccession Planning creates capable people. Capable of taking the weight from management, to ensure they don’t have to do it all. This is hugely relieving for a manager and means that they can focus on bigger picture issues. Time is also saved from the manic fire-fighting that happens when key people leave. This stops.ConfidenceWith Succes  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Martin Haworth 
 
 Article Title :: Plan for Business Success - 6 Reasons to Succession Plan
 
Succession Planning provides many valuable assets to your business. Yet it is easy to do, with a game plan. Here are some reasons why the business leader will find it a useful issue to put some focus on.Personal DevelopmentA manager starts to learn new skills. Far from the chaotic living from day to day, this is a new level, where the challenges really are evolutionary, for their employees and themselves. A chance to take the time to develop a strategic sense for the business or organisation. Unheard of in the past, now becomes a real possibility.PlanOne new skill is of planning ahead, further than the next days headcount. It helps to   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Lesley Cordero 
 
 Article Title :: Communication Mix-Up
 
My friend Delia is the owner of a small private school. This spring her school is experiencing the crunch of reduced enrollment for next September and all staff have been asked to take a six percent salary decrease. One staff member, much to Delia’s horror, outright refused and resigned her teaching position at the school. Delia pleaded with her, telling her how valuable a teacher she was, how parents had come to count on her expertise, and essentially how the school couldn’t operate without her. The next day she had reconsidered resigning her teaching position, saying that it was because of what Delia had said regarding how valuable she was to the school.Delia was flabbergaste  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Martin Haworth 
 
 Article Title :: Top Ten Tips About People Management
 
To get the best results you have to be very good at Managing People...and it's not as hard as you might think. Here are the secrets of the very best managers:-The best at Managing People... Manage!They focus on getting their people to deliver the key activities and don't attempt do too much themselves. The best managers delegate widely, using the ethic 'Ask for forgiveness, not for permission' to free their people from blame or wrongdoing.Build the Best TeamsLeveraging the exceptional talents of all the people around them, managers develop and utilise capability fully - and glue it together.Focus on Delivery  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Martin Haworth 
 
 Article Title :: Top Ten Tips About Communicating with Your Employees Effectively
 
Communication is the basis of who you are as a manager/leader in business. The rules are simple and the good news is that you can learn them and develop your skills...and it's quite easy! Here's the low-down on great Communication:-The best communicators... Keep It SimpleGreat Communication is about making what you say very easy to understand. Just realise that important messages get across better without loads of technical jargon or 4 (or more!) syllable words. Less is definitely more.Know Their AudienceIt is important to understand that there are different levels of message for different groups of people. This is not demeaning  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Martin Haworth 
 
 Article Title :: Top Ten Things About Creating a Business Vision
 
To visualise where you are going, is deeper and more sensory than anything you have ever done before. And these are the skills of those who are able to create a vision you can really live and breathe. These people... Are FocusedThey are able to visualise in a focused and very clear way what 'perfect' will truly look like in the future.Involve OthersBring others into the contribution, such that they might try things they might never have before.Realise Core StrengthsWhilst being ultra-keen to grow and evolve, these people are true to the core strengths of the organisation and see the future through that.  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Cynthia Kyriazis 
 
 Article Title :: Meeting Your Meeting Expectations
 
"To get something done a meeting should consist of no more than three people, two of whom are absent." ~Author unknownOne of the complaints I hear most often is about the number of meetings people attend during any given week. It isn't only the quantity, but the duration and ineffectiveness that seem to cause problems. Conducting effective meetings is part of practicing effective time management and something we cover during my workshops, so I thought a recap of some meeting guidelines would be helpful:Before the meeting…Create and distribute an agenda. If others are involved, get their contributions by asking them to provide 3 things: the topic, the time needed to  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Andrew E. Schwartz 
 
 Article Title :: The Measurement of Manager Training
 
THE MEASUREMENT OF TRAINING: Evaluation is one of the most valuable — and challenging — aspects of a training manager’s job. A well-planned and on-target evaluation process can be the tool which separates a superlative training department from a merely satisfactory one.Evaluation can help you determine whether what you are offering is successfully meeting existing corporate needs.It can help you to identify needs which have previously not been expressed, and tap a source of new training opportunities.Unfortunately, it is not enough to ask the question “Did it work?”. Not only will the answer vary according to the way the evaluation process is conducted, but  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Josh Greenberg 
 
 Article Title :: Tales From the Corporate Frontlines: An Unexpected Benefit
 
This article relates to the Compensation and Benefits competency, commonly evaluated in employee satisfaction surveys. It tells the story of a company that offered a new benefit to its employees, solved the problem of lagging productivity, and boosted morale at the same time. The Compensation and Benefits competency focuses in detail on how your employees feel regarding their compensation and benefits packages. The questions included in this competency will help your organization determine whether your employees feel they are fairly paid for the work they perform when compared to a similar job at a different company. This competency also queries their feelings regarding the adequacy and q  (read full article)
 
 
 
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