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Category :: Management Articles Author :: Jim Clemmer 
 
 Article Title :: Soft Skills, Hard Results
 
Leadership deals with the world of emotions and feelings. It is more of an art than a science. Like artists, leaders have the ability to share their vision of the world. Leaders influence our perceptions and help us look at situations in new ways. These skills – and the leadership principles that guide their development – are critical to the success of an organization or team.Of course, there are some people who remain unconvinced of the value of these "soft skills." They're typically managers with minimal leadership qualities, who prefer to focus on being bottom-line driven, strategists, marketing aces, technical experts, "snoopervisors," and so on.These managers often   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Jim Clemmer 
 
 Article Title :: Steering our Leadership Wheel
 
"The winds and waves are always on the side of the best navigators." — Edward Gibbon, English HistorianLeaders look beyond the current situation – beyond what is to what could be. That's why leadership is all about change. It's why leadership is action, not a position.Growing our leadership is also a dynamic process. It begins at the center of our being and develops in multiple directions, each represented by the timeless leadership principles described in The Leader's Digest. This "hub and spokes" model is the basis for The CLEMMER Group's Leadership Wheel.Each part of the wheel corresponds to an area of leadership. At the hub of the wheel, we have the vision, va  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Jim Clemmer 
 
 Article Title :: Strong Leaders are Strong Communicators
 
"The man who can think but does not know how to express what he thinks is at the same level as he who cannot think." — Pericles, leader of Athens around 450 B.C.It was the dead of winter in the middle of a very cold snap. As we approached departure time, judging by all the activity outside the plane, we weren't likely to leave on time. In a few minutes the captain announced, "You can see a lot of activity on our left wing. This is a maintenance crew trying to replace a defective fuel pump. We find it's best to fix a problem like that on the ground before we're in the air. The good news is that there is another fuel pump available here at the airport. The bad news is that it will   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Jim Clemmer 
 
 Article Title :: Technomanagement: A Deadly Mix of Bureaucracy and Technology
 
"The practice of management is badly misunderstood by management scientists who confuse thinking with merely being logical." — Ted Levitt, Thinking About ManagementFar too many organizations are ruled by bureaucrats and technocrats either in management or staff support roles. One of their (often unconscious) driving motives is to "eliminate the human factor." They feel that their technology, systems, and processes would work so much better if it weren’t for all the people always messing things up.Here are some telltale signs and examples of Technomanagement:• Bureaucratic language is a dead giveaway of a technomanager. In talking about cross training and moving   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Rick Johnson 
 
 Article Title :: Can Your Management Team Make The Super Bowl?
 
There is a lot of talk about leadership development but very little specific leadership skill training is available. It seems like success is dependent upon surrounding yourself with the right people and hoping they have the skills necessary to do the job. Compassion often prevents us from replacing those that don’t have the skills in a timely fashion and very little coaching and mentoring support is available within the company.A sad commentary considering that team building and teamwork skills are critical to the effectiveness of the management team. Success of your management team can be defined by what they accomplish as a group. A synergy within the team that creates unity,   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Adrian Simpson 
 
 Article Title :: The Dangers of Lifting in the Workplace and the Importance of Correct Training on Manual Handling
 
25% of reportable injuries in the work place are caused by incorrect manual handling. With more than 25 percent of all reportable injuries in the work place being caused by incorrect manual handling procedures and with an average of 11 working days being lost per injury, this area is one that requires careful consideration, especially when in the UK the total costs of such injuries to employers is estimated at £335 million pounds…Training required for all staff whose duties include any liftingTraining is therefore required for all staff who have to lift heavy or awkward items as a part of their everyday duties. Remember too   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: linchand 
 
 Article Title :: Teach Employees "Why" and not just How"
 
Anyone who has been involved in escrow administration of a mortgage company will agree this is one of the most complex areas of loan servicing. Hundreds of thousands of tax bills, hazard insurance premiums, flood insurance premiums, PMI premiums, and MIP premiums are paid by escrow departments around the country every day. Millions of dollars are routinely disbursed from escrow accounts and remitted to tax offices, insurance companies, private mortgage insurance companies, and HUD. Millions of escrow accounts are analyzed each month and mortgage payments are increased or decreased. Changes to mortgage payments result in customer inquiries that must be researched and responded to.   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: CD Mohatta 
 
 Article Title :: How To Give Feedback?
 
Feedback should be given as per merit and must be constructive. Imagine a child who keeps on making mistakes in his studies. If we were to give only negative feedback, the child is supposed to be rebuked everytime he does something. No one will argue about the damage this does to a child's psychology. Instead if small mistakes are considered as a part of the child's development process and proper encouragement is given, we will have a constantly learning student with enthusisasm and confidence.Feedback must be given as deserved. Consider an new artist who has just exhibited his first paintings. If critics -instead of appreciating the positive aspects of his work and giving him the   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Jim Clemmer 
 
 Article Title :: Strong Leadership Builds on a Bedrock of Strong Values
 
"Values are the bedrock of any corporate culture. As the essence of a company's philosophy for achieving success, values provide a sense of common direction for all employees and guidelines for day-to-day behavior...often companies succeed because their employees can identify, embrace, and act on the values of the organization." — Terrence Deal and Allan Kennedy, Corporate Cultures: The Rites and Rituals of Corporate LifeEarly in my career I found work that was a great fit for my skills and interests. I grew and moved through the company to ever-higher levels of responsibility. I was especially lucky to be mentored by a senior manager who coached and developed my skills, and brou  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Jim Clemmer 
 
 Article Title :: Pathways and Pitfalls to Living Organizational Values
 
"You can preach a better sermon with your life than with your lips." — Oliver Goldsmith, 18th Century English writer• Revisit and revise your values every few years to keep them alive and relevant. They can too easily become stale, stifling, or just ignored. In The Achieve Group's (my first training and consulting company) early years, we wrote a three page statement of Achieve's core values that were later named ACT — Attention to Service, Commitment to Quality, and Trust through Value.The values were used to hire dozens of Achievers in the following few years. As we went through a major change and redefinition of our business, everyone in the company participated in   (read full article)
 
 
 
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