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Category :: Management Articles Author :: Peter Hunter 
 
 Article Title :: Who Doesn't Love Ya Baby?
 
People leave their jobs because they are not happy.I saw recently a list of "General reasons why people decide to leave their jobs", and against each reason there was an action.Each action was something that, it was suggested, the manager could do to change the working environment. Something the manager could do to change the way the employee felt about their job and therefore allow them to stay.Wht does the manager not understand that these actions were what he should be doing all the time?It is time that we realised the real influence of the manager.The manager is responsible for the performance of his team.The manager is responsible for finding  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Stephen Long, PhD 
 
 Article Title :: Level Six Thinking & The Archway Effect
 
Why doesn’t the smartest kid in class grow up to be the most successful? Does the American educational system really teach thinking skills? The answer to these questions is found in what’s known as “The Archway Effect”— a model in which an inflow of people goes toward an archway that represents an institution of higher learning. From that archway emerges an outflow of intelligent people. Conventional wisdom tells us that passing through the archway results in intelligence. However, most universities don’t produce brilliant graduates because of the excellence of their teaching, but rather because they accept only brilliant students. The fact is, most universities show no proof   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Paul Shearstone 
 
 Article Title :: Saving Companies Money and Healthcare Costs
 
The Resilience FormulaAnyone can argue the accuracy of the Millions and Billions now purported spent each year by business and healthcare on stress-related illnesses and workplace absenteeism. Nevertheless, whatever the correct number is… it’s BIG! …and it is, in the Billions!In a new global economy where every cent is crucial to corporate survival, governments and business can no longer afford to ignore this costly and ever-growing crisis.The phrase Employee Burnout is common in this new millennium’s lexicon. Sadly, so is the phrase Long-Term Disability. What can be done about this?Whether it’s stress on the job, at home or a combination of both, mos  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Graeme Nichol 
 
 Article Title :: Make it Happen in 2006
 
I thought seeing it’s the end of the year I wouldn’t focus on setting goals – everybody else does that, albeit not very well. I’d focus on achieving goals. So here’s some thoughts.Focus on your goalsHere’s a question: Where do you want to be by the end of next year, and exactly how will you get there? If you don’t hesitate with your answer, I’ll bet you’ll reach it. If you have to really think about it and even break into a cold sweat, well, good luck to you. So let’s break down the components in setting crystal- clear goals. Big-picture objective. What is the ultimate goal? What is your major objective?   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Jeanie Marshall 
 
 Article Title :: Fighting Fires at Work
 
Out in the forest or in our neighborhood, we recognize a firefighter rather easily: a heavily-clad person, holding a fire hose, walking up or down a ladder, or performing some other tasks that reduce or end a conflagration.Managers, consultants, and others are often expected to be “fire fighters.” Here we do not wear hip boots — although, come to think of it, this is a rather nifty idea. The water we apply to the fire is taken from our pool of resources and skills. We use ladders to reach our goals and comprehend the hierarchy. Fire fighting in organizations usually means solving crisis problems or calming interpersonal flare ups.As a customer, I recently had a se  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Ron Finklestein 
 
 Article Title :: Creating a Culture of Success
 
Why is a company culture so important?I was reading a book call The World is Flat and the author was discussing the importance of a country’s culture in making changes in adapting to changes in the world’s economy. He was referring to a country’s culture as: • How well the country adapted to change • How open the country are to other nationalities • Their willingness the country is to embracing change • How each country valued education • How easy each country was to do business with • How well each country’s political systems responded to changeBeing a small business coach I could not help notice how relevant creating a cul  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Steve Kaye 
 
 Article Title :: Quick Tip - How to Set a Goal for Your Meeting
 
Goals are critically important for the success of a meeting. You must know what you want so you can ask for it. And the participants need to know what you want so they can help you get it. Without goals, a meeting becomes a journey without a destination. Unfortunately, many meetings are called without goals. So, you hear people start meetings by saying, "Well, what do you want to talk about?" This is similar to walking into a factory and asking, "Well, what do you want to make?" You could end up with anything from ant farms to xylophones. Thus, your first step is to write out a statement of the results that you want to have by the end of the meeting. I want to empha  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Steve Kaye 
 
 Article Title :: Quick Tip - How to Set SMART Goals for Your Meeting
 
The first step in planning an agenda is to identify the goals for the meeting. Properly done, goals have five S M A R T characteristics. They are: > Specific. The goal must tell exactly what will be accomplished. For example: During the next hour we will develop a strategy to increase market share by 10%. This states exactly what the group will work on. Vague goals can cause you to lose control of the meeting. > Measurable. This helps you determine if the goal has been completed. It can be stated as a number (5 ideas, 10% gain, one decision) or as an achievement (Did we write a strategy or not?). > Achievable. Goal  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Steve Kaye 
 
 Article Title :: Quick Tip - Do Your Meetings Have a Complete Agenda?
 
Most agendas for a meeting look like this. * Budget * Payroll * Staff * Sales * Zvoufzxtn Some people tell me, "That's a perfectly good agenda. I know what all of those things mean, except, uh, 'Zvoufzxtn'." The point is, Zvoufzxtn means as much to you as the other terms mean to the other participants. For example, does budget mean increase the budget? Plan a budget? Report on the budget? Reduce the budget? Complain about the budget? Make fun of the budget? Or zvoufzxtn the budget? An agenda like the one above could launch a meeting that considers all of the possibilities mentioned above. Instead, you   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Steve Kaye 
 
 Article Title :: Unexpected Wisdom from a Teenager
 
If you have ever traveled across country by train, you know that meals are served with community seating. That means you can meet new people with every meal. In late March I took the train home (to Southern California) from an engagement in Massachusetts. One evening my meal companions consisted of a very nice couple and a teenager. At first, the teenager had little to say. (Parents, does this sound familiar?) But through my questions he told us that he was 16, wanted to be an attorney, and could bench press 325 pounds. Then I asked him, "What three recommendations would you give someone in 8th grade about high school?" Without hesitation he gave an answer that all   (read full article)
 
 
 
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