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Category :: Management Articles Author :: Andrew E. Schwartz 
 
 Article Title :: Performance Evaluation: How To Create Change
 
STEPS TOWARDS GIVING A GOOD APPRAISAL INTERVIEW: Give specific feedback. Statements such as, “You’re doing a good job” and “You’d better shape up” are almost without value unless accompanied by specific feedback on what the employee is to continue doing or to stop doing. If you evaluate with the word “positive,” describe how the employee manifests that characteristic. If you say that the employee “shows initiative,” talk about specific occasions on which the employee did indeed take the initiative. If in your appraisal you must deal with other vague adjectives such as “cooperative,” talk about instances in which the employee has worked well with others.STEPS  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Andrew E. Schwartz 
 
 Article Title :: How to Coach Your Emplyees and Increase Motivation
 
It is easy to spot the difference between a work team that is “motivated” and one that just goes through the motions. The motivated team produces at or above the level expected by top management, has only occasional absences or tardiness, and low employee turnover. The second group has trouble meeting its goals, greater absenteeism, and higher turnover. In addition, members of the latter work team may be more apt to argue with one another or to band together against their supervisor. Can a supervisor who is also a good coach really make a difference? The answer is a definite “yes” with a few qualifiers.There are three things you can do to have a solid, productive work force  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: David Handler 
 
 Article Title :: Having Your Phil
 
February 2nd, at approximately 7:30 a.m. local time on Gobbler’s Knob in a small town in western Pennsylvania, 20,000 people and a national radio and television audience anxiously await the prognostication of America’s favorite furry forecaster. In a tradition dating back 119 years, Punxsutawney Phil emerges from hibernation…and if he sees his shadow, it’s back into the burrow for six more weeks of cold weather.The celebration of Groundhog Day in America and Canada has its roots in the ancient Roman Feast of Lights and the early Christian tradition of Candlemas Day. However, it took a giant leap in popularity - as did Punxsutawney Phil and the entire town - with the 1993 re  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: John Alquist 
 
 Article Title :: Dissenion Down On The Cubicle Farm
 
How content and satisfied are American employees? Not very!According to Corinne Maier, a psychotherapist and author of “Bonjour Laziness,” corporate cubicle inhabitants are anything but tranquil and joyous. These natives are truly restless.This French writer quotes a Gallup study of employed American professionals showing that:1. Some 17% claim to be "actively disengaged" in their jobs, close possibly to acts of sabatoge, some rather subtle.2. And 54% claim to be "not engaged" in their jobs.3. The remaining 29% are "crazy about" their jobs.These are the attitude findings of "professional" employees. How much worse would these fi  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Henrique Plöger-Abreu 
 
 Article Title :: Inspirational Power ( Part 1 )
 
The Fundamentals of Strategic Marketing, Some Key Traits for Greater EffectivenessProbably, the greatest challenge to marketing management in the next five Years will be to change quick and fast enough, in order to keep pace with new technologies, new markets and new corporate values According to the definition of the AMA, “Marketing is an organizational function and a set of processes for creating, communicating and delivering value to customers and for managing customer relationships in ways that benefit the organization and its stakeholders. “Customer focus has nowadays become a cliché among marketers keen to win competitive advantage. But this issue deserves to   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Andrew E. Schwartz 
 
 Article Title :: Performance Appraisal Scenarios: Improve Your Communication
 
IMPROVING COMMUNICATION DURING THE PERFORMANCE APPRAISAL: If the employee has trouble getting started on the self-appraisal you might say: “Why don’t you start by talking about the XYZ project?” (Pick a topic that the employee will feel comfortable with, a success rather than a failure.) “It seems to me that the PDQ project was harder than we expected. What’s your perspective on that?” “I know this sort of thing is hard to do. Start wherever you like. I’m eager to hear what these past six months have been like from your point of view.”If the employee dwells on one aspect of the self-appraisal you might say: “I can see that these reports presented you with some   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Philip Lye 
 
 Article Title :: How to Manage Your Most Valuable Assets - People?
 
People management and leadership has become a major topic of conversation in today’s market place and have assumed mythical qualities. Managing you people is not that difficult if you are willing to invest one thing in their development; YOU.The emotional cost and some simple training and mentoring can see you be a successful leader and manager.As a previous CEO of companies (before starting Biz Momentum) I proved this time and time again and often baffled and confounded those that wanted to make the whole leadership thing complicated!What’s it all about!!1. Managing your people is largely COMMON SENSE2. Leaders don't wait for others to show the way.  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Philip Lye 
 
 Article Title :: Performance Management Made Easy
 
Performance Management is a process that both employer and employee often fear!Why is this so!There is much misinformation about the performance management process and performance appraisals in management circles today. We often think that best practice demands that we must performance appraise ‘no matter what’. This is not true. Best practice can involve many other mechanisms that ensure employee compliance and monitoring.The performance process can be propagated by intellectuals who themselves have not had to make the tough decisions and be accountable for the process. Any person can give advice but the application of the advice is what matters!The whole   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Mike Shannon 
 
 Article Title :: How's Your HUB?
 
Marketing gurus are always coming up with new lingo but oftentimes they are restating the old tried and true concepts in new terms. Marketing students from the 70's and 80's will be familiar with the acronym USP. USP stands for your "Unique Selling Position" and it should be the cornerstone of your marketing.Today they use a different acronym and talk about your HUB. HUB is a good one because just like the hub of a wheel, the image is that your HUB is at the center of your all of your marketing. HUB stands for "Hottest Undeniable Benefit". What is the single most benefit that you provide for your clients? At Shamrock Business Coaching it is "increasing profits". Maybe you ar  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Mike Shannon 
 
 Article Title :: Are Your Marketing Pieces Up to Date?
 
The other day someone asked me for one of my informational brochures. As I was giving her the piece I stated that if I were printing these today it would be a little different. The piece was only about two months old and already the way I wanted to communicate things had changed slightly. Then I got to thinking. If I were to print informational brochures six months from now, they would probably be a little different too. Don't get me wrong. I am a big believer in consistency of marketing. However, in today's business environment especially as fast a pace as our business develops, things change...sometimes minutely and sometimes in a big way. What do you do?What I do is to k  (read full article)
 
 
 
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