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Category :: Management Articles Author :: Felix P Nater 
 
 Article Title :: The Permissive Environment is the Suspect
 
The permissive and participatory conduct which most employees take for granted, eventually escalates into the more serious assaultive behavior commonly referred to as employee on employee workplace violence starts with innuendos, a bad word, or simple jokes taken out of context or used to inflame another. Initiation of a proper and thorough investigation is possible under the auspices of a Threat Assessment Team. Banter between employees if left alone by supervisors becomes tense and often results in a more aggressive response. The truth of the matter is that in most cases this banter is perceived as harmless shop talk.Supervisors often believe that this healthy shop tal  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Vernon Stent 
 
 Article Title :: Recycling, Reverse Logistics and…..Candy
 
The candy box is a container for all your favourite chew bars, gum and all your other favourite candy. A must-have for all kids and a great fashion accessory! The marketers are desperate for kids to user their box - so much so that they will soon be giving them away! There will be more about this new development later in this article, but before we get there, please consider HOW we get there: Pressure to Recycle The pressure for us to recycle   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Martin Haworth 
 
 Article Title :: Christmas Carol Coaching - Help to Get Ahead at Holiday Time!
 
I've always been fascinated by situations where art imitates real life and right here is a perfect example, which links Christmas and business & personal development.If you want to read about a serious piece of dodgy people management (bordering on potential litigation); a man all adrift with the world and himself; shown how to do it by three visionary experiences (and with a brilliant example of supportive team-building thrown in); and then the ultimate Christmas 'shift'? These are all brilliantly described for your pleasure in a seasonal read of 'A Christmas Carol' by Charles Dickens.Here, Dickens brings out all of these wonderful examples and takes us through the l  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Tom Murrell 
 
 Article Title :: Crisis Management Essentials - How to Communicate Effectively During a Crisis, Emergency or Disaster
 
A crisis, emergency or disaster can happen at anytime and anywhere.Just ask the residents of Darwin in Australia's Northern Territory.Imagine a late afternoon on Christmas Eve thirty years ago, and looking outside to see your street cloaked by heavy low cloud and your windows being rattled by ever stronger rain squalls and wind gusts.Two-hours after an eerie tropical sunset another check shows the winds are picking up sheets of corrugated iron and hurling them around like autumn leaves in a light breeze.By midnight, as Santa was meant to bring the children of Darwin their presents, the damage is becoming serious. Over the next six hours Cyclone Tracy substantia  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Bill Thomas 
 
 Article Title :: 5 Awesome Actions of Highly Creative Leaders!
 
How many times have you wondered why you are unable to "think-out-of-the-box" more often?We are all products of our environment and our backgrounds usually prevent us from viewing situations with the unique eyes of our personal experience.However, the leaders who think "out-of-the-proverbial-box" do so by incorporating what I like to see as a, Strategically Wise Synergistic Process of Creation.These creative thinkers apply their own kinds of action-oriented logic to problems to help them find new wisdom, discover opportunities or see the facts in different ways.In a word, truly creative types act differently, in ways that we'll call "Logical Action-Steps".  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Joanne Victoria 
 
 Article Title :: How To Get What You Really Want
 
As a small business owner, entrepreneur or independent professional, it's important to make plans. It's also important to have the time to let things happen. Only you can decide what is to happen in your life. Here is a method that may work for you. You have nothing to lose.Start with that yellow pad; you can transfer to computer later on. Tear out eight pieces of paper and label each as follows: Finance, Health, Professional, Community Service, Personal/Fun, Spiritual, Relationships (All) and Education. If you have other titles that you prefer, use them. Give this suggestion a chance; it's just that, a suggestion; a manageable breakdown of all life's topics.First, ask y  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Mary Rosendale 
 
 Article Title :: How To Delegate for Fun and Profit
 
Ah, the wretched pain of delegation. It comes easy to some people. But others – you know who you are – would rather undergo a double root canal than hand over a task and walk away from it.The good news is that this is a disease you can recover from. And the better news is that when you choose to give up control you benefit along with the delegatee.As with most things in my life this knowledge was hard come by for me. I had just received a huge promotion to a project which was mind-numbingly large. The first day on the job I asked the assistant of the woman I had replaced why he thought she had had difficulty. He said that she had been unable to delegate; had given h  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Harry Hoover 
 
 Article Title :: Tap Employee Passion For Business Success
 
Meriwether Lewis set the stage for the Corps of Discovery’s success before one single “employee” had been hired. From the outset Lewis and Clark engendered a communications culture that brought in the right prospects, then kept morale high and increased the productivity of those eventually hired.More important, Lewis’ communication culture not only outlined the day-to-day duties of Corps member, it imbued “employees” with a sense of mission and meaning.He ruthlessly searched for just the right recruits. Lewis sought the strong, skilled and eager, rejecting the weak, ignorant, and unmanageable. And through properly communicating his needs, he was able to get the p  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Martin Haworth 
 
 Article Title :: Build Rapport Fast! - Eight Easy Steps
 
Building rapport is all about creating a relationship, in the moment. And this is vital in business, education, friendships and many other areas of life. We need relationships to help us get the things we want for ourselves in our lives, like money, promotions, success, partners and above all to feel part of society. You see we are social animals, us humans and if we find it challenging to make relationships, then we feel excluded. And that ain't comfortable. So, let's build rapport quickly and easily in the just eight easy steps! Pay Attention Now some will say that you must make continued eye contact, but, you know, some folks find that in  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Lee Hopkins 
 
 Article Title :: Dialogue: the Four Dialogic Principles For Successful Communication
 
"But you don't understand!" exclaimed the manager, "this new initiative is vital for our team. If it doesn't work we could all be out of a job!" "Uh-huh... Really... Explain to me again how this new initiative is so different from previous initiatives that were also going to cost me my job if they didn't work" asked the long-term employee. "Look; we have to do this. Can't you see?" "Why do we have to do this? No-one has explained to me yet 'why'." And therein lies the fundamental problem of most management initiatives. They l  (read full article)
 
 
 
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