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Category :: Management Articles Author :: Larry Galler 
 
 Article Title :: Try It Out On Your Team First
 
Wow! You’re brilliant! You have a great idea. You’ve looked at it every possible way to find holes in your logic, fallacies in your assumptions. You know it will work and you can’t wait to turn your new brainstorm loose then reap the rewards of your genius. I know you’re excited but before you unleash your great idea, first try it out on those around you for analysis, discussion, improvements, and (gasp!) criticism.The problem is that the creator of an idea rarely has the mental discipline, the insight, and ability to view their idea objectively. They are blinded by the excitement, the energy, and the optimism created by their creativity. Very few great ideas are fla  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Ira Wolfe 
 
 Article Title :: Help for the Meeting-Weary Manager
 
Most of us have found ourselves working on a team at one time or another. That means we have been asked to attend, and even participate, in lots of meetings. Unfortunately, few of us found these meetings to be particularly effective. Many in fact are a complete waste of valuable time and resources.The difficulty with most meetings is that they are typically planned and run by extroverts, who do not take into account the needs of the introverts. Why is this important? Because a key diffentiating characteristic between extroverts and introverts is in the way they process information.Extroverts will tend to "think out loud." They verbally walk themselves through the thinkin  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Tom Parker 
 
 Article Title :: Conference Calling Can Save Your Sales OrganizationTime and Money!
 
Conference calling can save you money. There is no doubt that in the sales business, every second counts. Whether it be training, sales meetings, or other needs, pulling your employees away from the sales opportunities even for these important tasks, cuts down on the time they can be making you money. If you take the first step and try using conference calling, you may just find yourself saving money and making money. Let’s point out some of the features and benefits of using conference calling here:Consider the costs of training individuals. You need to fly them to your location. You need to invest the money in teachers, a place to teach them, and the products used. Then,  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Andrew E. Schwartz 
 
 Article Title :: Communication, Feedback, and Participation: Three Easy Tidbits For Smarter Business
 
On communication: One of the biggest strains on the communication process occurs when the sender or receiver is experiencing stress, anger, or frustration either at work or at home. When a situation is emotionally charged, it is difficult to express yourself clearly and maintain a positive communication relationship. How we communicate can be as important as what we say. Using “I” statements is the most effective technique to counterbalancing an emotional dialogue. “I” statements, help the receiver and the sender express their own feelings and represent their personal thoughts, rather than make an attempt to interpret for the other person such as “I feel that...” or “The way  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Andrew E. Schwartz 
 
 Article Title :: Help Your Employees Prepare for a Performance Appraisal
 
PREPARING EMPLOYEES FOR THE PERFORMANCE APPRAISAL INTERVIEWS: Remind employees to give some thought to the purpose of performance appraisal: it is a means to learn from the past, plan for the future, and improve effectiveness and work satisfaction. The performance appraisal discussion is an opportunity to motivate, recognize, and reward your employee. It is a time for you and your employee to share perceptions about the employee’s accomplishments during the performance period. It is meant to be a culmination of all previous communications made during the performance period.PREPERATORY QUESTIONS FOR EMPLOYEES BEFORE A PERFORMANCE APPRAISAL: 1. What is the overall purpose of your j  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Andrew E. Schwartz 
 
 Article Title :: Today's Employees and Their New Needs: What You Need to Know
 
Today’s employees are not only interested in security or in pay and fringe benefits. They are often placing increased value on being recognized and involved in reaching personal growth goals. As a supervisor you must be aware of these new values. Keeping your employees’ interests and priorities will help you better motivate them to work well.Employees’ interests and values are changing. More than ever they expect to participate. They also believe that their skills should be used and that they should be provided with on-the-job training. Employees want a challenging job which will provide them with satisfaction and a sense of worth. They respond to broader responsibility and d  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Andrew E. Schwartz 
 
 Article Title :: Improved Communication to Improve Results
 
Facilitating good communication can make the difference between a well oiled, effective team and disorganization and ambiguity. By following the tips below, you, the supervisor, can take steps toward improving communication with your employees:1.Sure you’re their boss, but people listen better when you show respect and consideration. Remember how you felt in school when the teacher talked down to you? When employees are treated as adults, they are more likely to act like adults.2. Explain such things as work orders, rules, and the reasons the task is necessary. If people understand why they get assignments and what the work is about, they will cooperate more and do a bette  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Andrew E. Schwartz 
 
 Article Title :: Using an Appraisal to Benefit Your Organization
 
PERFORMANCE APPRAISALS BENEFIT THE ORGANIZATION:Appraisals help spot employees with potential for advancement. Appraisals bring attention to the so-called high-potentials — people who have both the will and the ability to excel in the organization. Appraisals can also aid in the human resource planning of the organization. --Appraisals provide management with a profile of the supervisor. One important incentive for supervisors to do appraisals expertly is that higher management can observe their skills in managing and developing their staff. --Appraisals help ensure that everyone is working in the same direction. During the evaluation meeting, supervisors can convey the mission a  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Andrew E. Schwartz 
 
 Article Title :: How Bad Communication Can Hold You Back and How to Break Free of It
 
The reason jobs are often not done right and employees are fired is because of lack of skill. Right? Wrong! Poor communication and ineffective human relations are the major causes. Remember: Communication is a “meeting of meanings.” It’s getting through to the other person what you mean in a way that they understand. In fact, you want them to do more than understand, you want them to act on the information in the correct way. Effective communication is talking and listening to create that understanding. The end result is to get things done in a way so that you, the organization, and the employee will all be satisfied.Poor communication with your boss or your employees means t  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Andrew E. Schwartz 
 
 Article Title :: The Changing Boss-Secretary Relationship
 
THE CHANGING BOSS-SECRETARY RELATIONSHIP: Imagine a partnership at work. One member is outlining the agenda for the annual stockholders’ meeting, the other is managing the logistics. The last decade has brought many changes to the traditional boss/secretary relationship. We now see powers and responsibilities delegated to “executive assistants” that only ten years ago would have been the sole province of the boss. And there has been a corresponding rise in the prestige and influence of those secretaries chosen to fill such positions. The fact is that fewer women are willing to be career secretaries.QUALIFIED SECRETARIES: Qualified secretaries are hard to find and even harder   (read full article)
 
 
 
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