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Category :: Management Articles Author :: Megan Tough 
 
 Article Title :: Hiring for Success
 
Hiring someone new to work in your business is one of the most critical decisions a business owner makes, although it is not always given the justice it deserves. If a position is vacant, or additional staff are needed, recruitment decisions are often driven by the pressure to get someone in quickly, rather than waiting for the best person to fill the job. Lack of proper and systematic recruitment process can also result in a high cost to the business.The direct and indirect costs of this recruitment process are many, and have been estimated to be at least 30% of the new person’s salary on average:Recruitment costs – include advertising and agency fees   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Jeff Altman 
 
 Article Title :: Does Your Management Style Remind People Of Something They Read In Dilbert?
 
With thanks to Jeff Foxworthy, the comedian who does the "You might be a redneck series of jokes.If you really believe people in your group are lucky to have a job, you might be a jerk.If, when you call a meeting, people suddenly call in sick, you might be a jerk.If you tell people, "It's my way or the highway," you might be a jerk.If you think your staff is lucky to have a job, you might be a jerk.And, there are a million more and I'm sure you get the idea.The labor recession is over. people are returning to work in IT and not all your problems will be solved by ourtsourcing jobs to India, Ireland, China, Eastern Europe or Canada. You are going   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Megan Tough 
 
 Article Title :: Delegate or Die!
 
You Can't Do It All - Learning To DelegateThere is not a single management skill more critical to your personal and professional success as an entrepreneur than learning to delegate. But delegating successfully is much more than simply handing out assignments. It is more an exercise in understanding and accepting our own strengths and limitations.In this fast paced world, we must choose what activities it makes sense for us to do ourselves, and what it makes sense to let go of. None of us can be an expert in everything - not because of any lack of intellectual ability, but more because we lack specific exposure or experience. We must learn to accept this fac  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Lee Hopkins 
 
 Article Title :: Communicate To The Four Main Personality Types
 
You probably know this already, but there are generally held to be four main personality types, which I call: Extrovert, Amiable, Analytical and Pragmatic . Let's take a moment to consider each of them in the workplace. Extrovert: someone who probably has a messy desk; who leaves projects 75% completed then gets distracted by new, 'more exciting' projects; someone who communicates their ideas with enthusiasm and charm; makes instant decisions; hates 'paperwork' and the 'dull routines' of life, such as filling in order forms, checking bank sta  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: R G Srinivasan 
 
 Article Title :: Why Soft Skills?
 
The industrial age is over. Organizations still stuck in the industrial age business models are going out of business very fast. Technology is only as good as the people using it. That is the clear message of the new millennium. The knowledge era is supported by tapping into the immense power of the humans to think creatively, find unconventional solutions to add value, improve productivity, and find answers which will make life and work more valuable to the society.The straight jacketed systems thinking, assembly line techniques adapted to human endeavor has failed to provide the required results. Not that they are not required. But humans cannot be automated. Automation is  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Felix P Nater 
 
 Article Title :: Workplace Security Plan: Does Your Company Have One?
 
Consultant's Perspective...The threat of violence whether it emanates from a disgruntled employee or the threat of terrorism require both a concerted and an individual response. Terrorism in any form is terrorism. Having been exposed to the daily taunts, acts of intimidation, verbal threats of bodily harm are as debilitating psychologically as the blunt strike or the piercing bullet. Vigilance and security awareness makes for a good prescription. In my previous writings on the topic of workplace security, I've attempted to draw a correlation between the disgruntled employee and the terrorist from within by suggesting similar patterns of behavior, traits and characteristics coupled  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Martin Haworth 
 
 Article Title :: Know Your Business! - 7 Key Questions You Must Ask
 
You need to know all that is going on around you to be successful in business, whatever the size of your organization. Yet how do you keep all those plates spinning? Here are just 7 quick and easy questions for your checklist - use them and they will serve you well. Use them and your business will develop and grow. How am I Doing? Getting under your own skin is the first and most vital thing you should find out about. You are the bellweather of your business or team. If you are truly honest about how you are doing, then you will know -- you will really know, how everything else is. Checking the work you are doing fully aligns with your persona  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Martin Haworth 
 
 Article Title :: Better Management Performance - The Easy 3-Step Way
 
Managers make three mistakes when they try to run businesses. They do too much, they don't trust their people and they don't have enough skills. Here we explore an easy 3-step process to get your business back on track and get a life. Managers work in increasingly challenging circumstances and workload seems to ever increase. There are opportunities to use the capabilities of each and every one of those who work with them. Yet many managers struggle on, carrying the burden until finally, that straw comes along which breaks the camel's (aka manager's) back.So what happens? Well, managers choose not to give tasks away, for several reasons.T  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Sheila Dicks 
 
 Article Title :: Leadership Skill: How to Handle Difficult Conversations
 
A good leader has the ability to empower others. It is important that a leader develop people who want to share and help in carrying out the goals of the organization. If it is your intention to develop a company where employees feel valued and appreciated, then how you handle disagreements can be crucial.1. Whatever the issue – bring it up in private. When you bring up disagreements in public those not involved feel out-of-place and uncomfortable. Also, their opinion of you is lowered.2. Be sure of what you want to say, do it as soon as you can and deal only with the facts. Know what you want to say before bringing up the issue and don’t let a lot of time go by befor  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Rebekah Slatkin 
 
 Article Title :: Organize your Office- Seven Solutions
 
1. Create a filing system with broad categories such as “Insurance” and then break those categories down further into sub-categories (i.e., car, life, medical), alphabetizing them along the way. Devote one file drawer to each category (if possible) and use a different color for each category.2. Create a file index for you and anyone else needing to access your files. A file index is basically a user-friendly guide to where each file is located. So if you are looking for an insurance claim, the entry in your file index may look like this: (I call it my Bible-do not lose!)Insurance Claims- Insurance (I-10)3. To minimize interruptions of your own time and others, sc  (read full article)
 
 
 
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