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Category :: Management Articles Author :: Nickie Freedman 
 
 Article Title :: What Does Your Staff REALLY Want? Part 3
 
The 2005 “Best Places to Work” program study showed that, contrary to popular opinion, employee satisfaction didn’t depend on salary. The most given answer as to what makes a company a great place to work is employee empowerment.And what constitutes employee empowerment? I believe it comes down to a few basic principles, the third of which is effective communication.EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATIONMillions of words have been written on this subject, and yet it’s still a huge problem, especially in the legal world. Why? Think about how attorneys are educated – they go to law school and learn how to be adversaries and advocates, keep secrets, and always look fo  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Pauly Wilson 
 
 Article Title :: Interim Management Provides Hope for UK Manufacturing Sector
 
Businesses of all types are now exploring the benefits of using Interim management. What was once seen as the exclusive territory of large multi-national companies may turn out to be the saviour of the UK manufacturing sector.Paul Wilson, Managing Director of Aster Interim Solutions takes up the story, “Interim Managers were once exclusively used by the larger companies to aid in company turnaround or implement business re-structuring but are now being used by companies of all types and sizes from both the public and private sector.Typical reasons why companies may use interim managers include:- Company turnaround and business restructuring e.g. 'Comp  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Pauly Wilson 
 
 Article Title :: Get it Right First Time With Effective Headhunting
 
The selection and recruitment process of new staff can at the best of times be a lottery. Business Managers are often expected to select staff for recruitment on the strength of one of two short interviews/meetings. Sometimes it works out and sometimes it doesn't.When it doesn't it can be disruptive, costly and detrimental to a business particularly when we are talking about a SME rather than a large multi-national company. It is therefore hardly surprising that many companies are turning to the use of professional headhunting companies to carry out most of the groundwork and pre-qualification activities that form part of the recruitment process.One such company which offers  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Shary Hauer 
 
 Article Title :: Have you Said Your Praise Today ?
 
"PRAISE LOUDLY, BLAME SOFTLY" - Catherine the GreatIn a Leadership position, the pressure to perform is ceaseless. Hitting your numbers. Achieving your goals. Meeting your metrics. That's what's expected quarter after quarter. But, why is the race getting more intense? Why does each day seem like a perpetual revved-up Indianapolis 500? And, why is it that the pressure you are getting from above, that you send below and place within, seems to be getting "louder, longer, meaner"? That's what Aubrey Daniels, in his performance management bible Bringing Out the Best in People, contends. We're all hearing and sending the same messages:Work harder. Work faster.   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Gloria Berthold 
 
 Article Title :: Is it Time to Fire A Few Customers?
 
Do you want to improve the profitability of your company? Then it may be time to consider firing a few customers. You can make an informed decision about this difficult situation if you first clearly identify who are you profitable and unprofitable customers.Profitable Customers: While these customers amount to 20% of your total number of customers, they will generally account for 80% of your profitable business.General Characteristics:-Buy from you repeatedly.-Value the service you offer them.-Accept the pricing structure you have established.-Discuss the options with you before making a final decision.-Trust you to perform the service yo  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Kreg Enderson 
 
 Article Title :: The 5 Things You Can Do To Fail As a New Leader
 
Your first opportunity as a leader brings a whole new life for you. You’re making more money, have more responsibility, and are in the “inner circle” of your organization. So I thought I would share with you 5 things you can do to fail as a leader. These are more common then you may think.First, continue to socialize with team members as you did before (assuming you were promoted from within the company). This will ensure that you are never actually perceived as a leader, and will keep team members from thinking of you as anything other than someone that can do them favors and let them get away with things with no consequence.Second, share everything with your tea  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Michael Beitler 
 
 Article Title :: Flexibilization
 
Professor Walter Oechsler of the University of Mannheim (Germany) believes the workplace and workforce in the 21st century will be characterized by "flexibilization." Oechsler sees the "flexibilization" of the workplace and workforce leading to "a core group with unlimited full employment, and an increasingly larger group of short-term limited and/or part-time employees who face severe employment risks, ultimately resulting in stress."Unfortunately, I must agree with Oechsler's rather unpleasant prediction. Increasing global competition will lead to increasing pressure and stress on all employees. Employees who are unprepared for the new workplace will find themselves at great risk  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: John Dir 
 
 Article Title :: The Lost Art of Connection
 
It is the age of computers and the internet, with business moving forward and changing at a lightening pace. Business leaders are demanding more from employees, reducing benefits, outsourcing jobs, pressing performance limits, and scrambling to please shareholders. The present holds promise for an age of communication unlike any that has been experienced in history, yet more than ever, people are disconnecting from each other. In the current business environment, money means more than quality, and many people spend more time looking over their shoulder to see if they will be the next one on the chopping block, than they do focusing on improving anything. The perception of job security  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Hans Bool 
 
 Article Title :: Focus on Style if you Want to Manage Culture
 
“What is the (corporate) culture of your organization? Can you give me the outline by tomorrow?” Yesterday, for the first time since very long ago, I jumped in a teleconference call. As previous experiences with (oversees) conference calls, I realized the importance of culture and cultural differences.When I was in New York last year, I had forgotten to bring toothpaste and I was to buy it at a grocery store. Being Dutch and in a hurry, I bought the cheapest one which showed 99 cents on the price tag. Once I arrived at the counter I found out that the price was excluding taxes. So I finally had to pay 1 $ and 7 cents. Or eight.That incidence taught me many things about  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Martin Haworth 
 
 Article Title :: Ten Easy Ways to Slow Down in Business
 
Business runs at a fast pace. You need to consider ways in which you can comfortably slow down. Because slowing down is good for you and ultimately your business performance too...You work better when your pace is slower. It gives you the time to invest in others; in yourself. And it doesn't mean you are underperforming - on the contrary, there are many ways you will be better at what you do.After all what are deadlines really? How many things in life can survive if you leave them till the next day. The answer, of course, is most of them. And some will be even better if you do!Here are ten great ideas to help you get back the   (read full article)
 
 
 
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