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Category :: Management Articles Author :: Neen James 
 
 Article Title :: Telephone Techniques: Boost Your Productivity With Effective Phoning
 
One of the things that most impacts people’s productivity is not being able to focus on completing one task at a time – we are so overloaded with tasks and interruptions that it requires great discipline to avoid spending the entire day responding to other people’s agendas. Telephone calls, both making and receiving them, are one of the greatest disruptions to the flow of the day and to our ability to concentrate on the task at hand. And the use of mobile phones, while a great asset to our business and personal lives, requires a whole new set of communication skills as well as business and social etiquette. By managing how and when we make and receive calls we can not only make bett  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Kal Bishop 
 
 Article Title :: Culture Management and Creativity
 
Many concepts in the fields of managing creativity are very much applicable to culture management in general. The same concepts that foster creativity and innovation also maximise human capital potential, increase productivity, reduce costs and maintain competitive advantage etc. Some of the many commonalities between culture and creativity management follow.a) A culture of psychological safety and freedom. A culture that limits experience, information and expression and allows relatively few members to contribute to decision-making is not taking advantage of the immense pool of available talent. Just as idea-generating sessions are conducted in environments that limit judgement, i  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Gordon Goh 
 
 Article Title :: Delegate, Don't Abdicate
 
One of the key skills for the leaders of growing businesses is to 'get' the distinction between delegation and abdication.Many managers and business leaders fall into one of two extreme categories:They delegate too little and try to do it all themselves or they give too much away, abdicating both their responsibilities and the prerogatives of power.As their businesses grow, many entrepreneurs try to micro-manage. We've all heard the term, but too often we fail to recognize the symptoms until it's too late. For entrepreneurs, the sense that this is 'my company' or the belief that 'if I want it done right I have to do it myself' causes them to hold   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Alan Fairweather 
 
 Article Title :: Negative Self-talk is Too Expensive
 
I'm always fascinated by the people who lift huge weights, particularly in competitions like the Olympic Games. There are events for men and women and they get up on stage to lift a bar with huge weights attached. I often wonder what sort of things they're saying to themselves as they pace up and down, rubbing their hands with resin powder and taking huge breaths.What if they were saying - "That looks really heavy - it's heavier than anything I've lifted before. I'll probably drop it, make a real fool of myself and even injure myself to boot….!"Do you know what's going to happen if they say all this stuff to themselves? Their subconscious will say - "Okay, you say you're g  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Kal Bishop 
 
 Article Title :: Managing Creativity - An Oxymoron! Not
 
Interrogated on a beach in Barbados by friends insistent that there was little validity to my speciality, I have felt compelled to answer the most common objections in the field of Managing Creativity and Innovation.a) Managing Creativity and Innovation is an oxymoron!When ideas are required, leaders tend to herd people into a room with a flip chart and conduct (usually an ineffective) brainstorming session. Implicit in this action is an acceptance that certain techniques and processes can increase problem identification, idea generation and the elicitation of tacit knowledge.Structures such as the Hero's Journey are accepted as increasing creative output when idea st  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Vishal P. Rao 
 
 Article Title :: Is Your Management Style Assisting or Hurting Your Business?
 
Many times business owners can have significant differences in management styles that can deter the growth of both the employees and the business.Employees can have differing needs that require differing methods of management as well. Problems arise when the management style of a business owner does not match the needs of the employees.There are two basic management styles that are also broken down into more minor categories, the Autocratic Management Style and the Permissive Management Style. An Autocratic Management Style is one in which the business owner makes all decisions unilaterally. In other words, the business owner is the "boss" period and doesn’t value input fr  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Michael Mercer 
 
 Article Title :: Interviewing Applicants Can Be Hazardous to Your Wealth
 
1st Fact: Interviewing applicants is the most common way companies decide whom to hire.2nd Fact: Research proves most interviewers do lousy at predicting if an applicant will succeed – or flop – if hired.3rd Fact: Research shows that customized pre-employment tests do great at predicting if an applicant may succeed or fail on-the-job.4th Fact: Since you must interview applicants, even if you use tests, you need to make better predictions based on interviews. If you do not learn how to do this, it will prove hazardous to your wealth! When you hire the wrong person, you will pay a huge price. Your business financially suffers, and you can destroy your manage  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Michael Mercer 
 
 Article Title :: How to Reject a Job Applicant
 
A Nightmare That Really HappenedOver 10 years ago, when I worked as a manager at a major corporation, I received a call from a headhunter about a magnificent job opening. It sounded like the perfect job for me. So, I went and was interviewed by the vice-president I would report to, if hired. He told me I was one of two finalists for the position.A week later, I got on an elevator with a person who looked totally elated. I asked her why she felt so jubilant. She proudly told me she was offered a fantastic job. She described the job to me.Lo-and-behold, she got the job I applied for! Of the two finalists, she was the other candidate – and she got the job!!  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Frank Salisbury 
 
 Article Title :: Coaching Champions at Work
 
I saw Brian Kerr (the Irish national football coach) on television not so long ago and it reminded me of a platform I shared with him at a Banking Institute seminar in Dublin. Whilst I was waiting for my turn I listened to Brian and experienced two emotions – admiration and jealousy. Firstly I admired what Brian had already achieved at under 21 level and the passion with which he expressed his love of the game. Secondly I was jealous at the way in which coaching in the sports world is readily accepted whilst coaching in the business world runs the risk of becoming yet another fad. In sports there is an unconditional acceptance that the coach is key to unlocking potential, in business co  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Neen James 
 
 Article Title :: Productive Meetings: How to Make Your Meetings More Productive
 
There’s one simple secret to effective meetings: set an agenda and stick to it. The agenda drives the content and outcomes of the meeting and, where appropriate, should reflect the needs of all attendees so everyone has a buy-in and an interest in the outcomes. Follow these simple steps for planning and running meetings and you’ll be amazed at what you can achieve. And, just in case not everyone in your organisation is following these steps to great meetings, I’ve included some key questions you should ask before you accept any meeting invitation…yes, you do have an option and you can say no if joining in the meeting is not the most effective use of your time.Before the   (read full article)
 
 
 
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