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Category :: Management Articles Author :: Judith Kallos 
 
 Article Title :: Why Your Business Needs an E-Mail Policy
 
Why is it imperative to have a company E-Mail Policy? It is simply good business, that's why! In addition, having a clear and detailed e-mail policy in place, one that employees sign and date before they are allowed access through your businesss' computers, is critical to you being able to enforce or react to situations that may arise at a later date.Even assuming you have the best folks working for you, or on your behalf, does not negate the need for this type of policy to be established. Hopefully, you will never need to refer to your policy statement in regard to an employee's actions or behavior while on company time. However, if you do find yourself in that situation down  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Jeremiah P. Huck 
 
 Article Title :: Work Environment Tidbits
 
  Color is a big factor effecting all indoor environments. Since most of us spend many hours each day at work, the coloring of the space has a big  impact on us. Monotone color schemes can over charge certain personality and behavioral patterns. The color grey can cause depression and frequent change, leading to coping actions like drinking alcohol. Too much grey [ a common business/office main color ] can also lead to unclear thoughts and actions. Sometimes in life and business things need to be simply black and white, clear and simple! The best solution to this pro  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Jeremiah P. Huck 
 
 Article Title :: Success: A Wholistic Perspective
 
The world has always been mixed with the rich, the poor and the middle ground. Should we assume that if you make more and more money, that you are more and more successful? Perhaps not.....looking at ourselves and life that way just keeps us trapped in our animal/primate history. You see in the animal/primate world, the big male controls all the sex and resources, he's the successful one and those around him are less fortunate. This mentality has been the driving force in our political and financial life for all of human history. So,  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Jeremiah P. Huck 
 
 Article Title :: Spirits in the Corporate Boardroom.......Oh, sure......
 
There is a growing movement in the spiritual and holistic fields to bring a more metaphysical and human potential approach to the business community. Holism has been intergrating into both the health and mental health professions for many years now. The men's , women's and environmental movements are a part of that holistic shift in awareness. However, business seems locked into an older/ outdated model of operation. I have been exploring, training and researching methods to help business take that 'leap of faith', and t  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Keith Thirgood 
 
 Article Title :: Seeking Help
 
Where does the time go? Billable time. As a consultant, your practice may be doing reasonably well; you’re charging $100-150 an hour. As an independent consultant, you’re probably also doing everything from grinding the coffee to editing the umpteenth draft of your brochure.To understand where you spend your time, list and categorize all your activities into clerical, professional and other suitable groups. Calculate how many hours you’re spending on each—daily, weekly, monthly, annually. Some you enjoy, some you’re really good at, some are a pain in the neck The point is, no one is paying you to do them. The more time you spend on client work, the more you bill. T  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Kevin Eikenberry 
 
 Article Title :: Eight Skills of Highly Successful Consultants
 
With deference to Dr. Covey and his very popular Seven Habits of Highly Effective People (all habits that will make us better consultants!), here are eight skills that all of us as consultants can work on to improve.  This article will start with three overarching skills, then describe five more specific skills to consider in your ongoing development. One way to look at your total skill set as a consultant (internal or external), is to consider your relative strengths in the three major portions of our work: designing “it”, delivering “it”, and selling “it”.  These three skills represent the complete package for a consultant, regardless of what your expertise (your   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Kevin Eikenberry 
 
 Article Title :: Identifying Potential in Ourselves and Others
 
If there is someone nearby as you read this look in their eyes.  Look closely and you will see great potential inside this person regardless of how “successful” or accomplished they are.  If you are alone, get up, find a mirror, and look in your own eyes.  There is great potential there too! If you don’t believe this premise - that great potential is inside each of us - there is no reason to continue reading.  Why?  Because this article will give you concrete steps to help you recognize and find that potential in yourself and others.  If you don’t believe it is there, it will be pretty hard to find it. (Ok, I’m glad you are still reading!)   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Kevin Eikenberry 
 
 Article Title :: Nine Steps to Help You Develop Your Potential
 
Go into any bookstore and you will find a big selection of self-help and personal improvement products.  Most everyone (and I’ll bet everyone reading this) wants to improve.  We know we need to get better, and we want to get better. We may want to improve our personal relationships, our business capabilities, our ability to be disciplined, our desire to juggle four chain saws, or any of hundreds of other things.  In that book store you can find books to help you do any of those things! In many cases though, those books start half way through the process.  After writing the last chapter about identifying our potential I realized that identification of our potential, while cri  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Judith Rothbaum 
 
 Article Title :: Five Key Strategies for Making Your Nonprofit Business More Effective
 
I love tennis both as a spectator and a weekend player. I also believe that effective nonprofit organizations are an essential part of vibrant, engaged communities. As I was watching The Championships - Wimbledon this year, I realized there are lessons from Wimbledon (both from the players and the tournament itself) that can help your nonprofit achieve attention-getting results. What are these lessons? Have a game planSuccessful players know their own strengths and weaknesses and the strengths and weaknesses of their opponents. They develop game plans designed to take advantage of their best weapons and to capitalize on opportunities provided by their opponent  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Marcia Zidle 
 
 Article Title :: Great Hires: Avoid Costly Mistakes
 
Picking people for a job is like going to the store to buy apples. Before you go, you ought to know whether the apples are to be eaten fresh, make into applesauce, baked into a pie or made into juice. Then, you can make the appropriate choices. This is also true for hiring winners. The goal of selection interviews, buying apples, is to make the most appropriate choices...to hire the right people for the job. The goal is to match applicants with openings. More specifically to match applicant’s qualifications with the job requirements. The interview is a subjective tool that attempts to forecast a candidate’s performance. No selection tool can predict future perform  (read full article)
 
 
 
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