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Category :: Management Articles Author :: Martin Haworth 
 
 Article Title :: How to Make a Difference Every Day
 
Every day, everyone can make the world a better place. It's simple; it's quick and it is free. All it requires is a recipe containing you (yes, that's YOU!), awareness and a natural disposition to be brave enough to change the day of everyone you come into contact with in a positive way.Appreciating what people do for you, whenever you come into contact with them is the first step. It may not sound much, but saying a sincere 'Thank You' means much to many people - it is not what they experience normally. This can be a 'Thank You' to someone who holds a door open for you to the guy you buy your morning paper from. It can be to an employee who you manage, for som  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Martin Haworth 
 
 Article Title :: Building Shareholder Value Through Your People
 
Increasing shareholder value is the most important driver for organisations in the modern business world. Shareholder value is built through growing profit and building confidence in the organisation, which moves share prices upwards. Shareholders like this!And the employees of an organisation have a crucial part to play in both elements of this.They contribute to sales by selling more, both to new and old customers. They build the customer base by word of mouth from existing customers. New customers are pre-filtered because your existing customers tell them exactly what you do, so more customer interactions are converted, with less wasted ti  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Martin Haworth 
 
 Article Title :: How To Learn Great Management from Our Kids
 
Learning comes from many places. And one of the most wondrous opportunities is right in front of us. At dinner, at play and at bedtime, every evening. It is there on the sports field, on vacation and during homework. Our children have clues we can use in our business and organisation, right away..Listen to ThemKids tell us a lot about themselves, if we are prepared to listen. Often, especially when they are quite young, they ask us unexpected questions, that, if we are prepared to hear what they are saying to us, can lead us to more questioning. We can sharpen our senses to what else is going on by listening to them, to give us clues as to what else m  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Martin Haworth 
 
 Article Title :: Why I always Keep my Promises
 
Integrity is very important to me, and I try hard to 'do unto others as I would wish them do unto me'. It hasn't always worked that way for me though.There have been times in my previous career - times that I can remember vividly even now - when promises were not kept, things were borrowed, never to be returned and where I was not on the best end of wheeling and dealing that are part of corporate politics.For me, creating honourable relationships with my people has always been important. It is a two-way street. Once when my wife was very ill, my management team told me not to come in, despite it being a very busy time. I told them, thank-you, and I would come an  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Martin Haworth 
 
 Article Title :: Procrastination and JDI!
 
In a management role procrastination can seriously hold back progress and demotivate individuals and teams who, full of innovation and drive to move forward, get frustrated and confused when action is held up. There are a number of steps that will help the procrastinating manager. Firstly, recognise it is a good and reasonable defence mechanism, which relates to the things which might have occurred in the past. A hurried decision which might have had an unsatisfactory and upsetting result. It is part of your character and maybe just a little too strong a behaviour for those who are around you. It can often be a great asset if you are surrounded by 'gung-  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Paul Lemberg 
 
 Article Title :: Planning For Growth
 
Are you planning your business or are you planning your growth? If you are like many high-performing business people, you have an annual ritual to set your plans for the coming twelve months. Some people do it in December, others at weird, miscellaneous times of the year, but most -- me included -- tend to do it the beginning part of the New Year. It doesn’t matter exactly when you do this, but it is important you do it sometime soon. It has been said all the way back to the time of the ancients: goals and written plans for their attainment are the surest way to speed up your accomplishments. So skipping this step is not an option! As you buckle down to th  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Martin Haworth 
 
 Article Title :: How to Coach Your Employees - 5 Simple Steps Anyone Can Do!
 
Want to get more from your people, but you don't know how? Are you up for a small challenge and prepared to do things a little differently? If so, we have five changes to your style that you will find easy to incorporate into the way you work and your people will love you for it; you will have more time and your business will flourish.Think about it - is that not worth just the little effort required? Stop Fixing ThingsNext time someone comes to you with a problem in your business, STOP, before you give the solution and try the next step. Ask themFor more information - ask it as an open question, start with words like:-  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Martin Haworth 
 
 Article Title :: Employee Success! - 7 Ways Feedback Works
 
By sharing how well you are doing and how well your expectations are met, your people get to understand better. So, frequent, realistic, objective feedback is not seen as criticism, more a way of each in your team helping each other get better, building on the success you already have.So, why does Feedback work? It's HonestBeing open and honest with each other builds your team - everyone sharing themselves takes some time, but when it happens, there is synergy which elevates performance. Offering and accepting constructive feedback, vitally adds strength to the honesty in your business. It Encourages DialogueHaving di  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Martin Haworth 
 
 Article Title :: Lead by Example - 11 Benefits to your Business
 
How you run your business is, of course your business. A little focus from your end will dictate the way your people act and behave. So the onus is on you to show the way.Why does this matter?If you create a style of working within your organisation which is able to get the very best from your people, you will have a vibrant business, your people will develop beyond their (and even your) expectations and above all, you will enjoy your work and success more than ever before. Try these eleven quick and easy ideas:-Be supportive - your people need you on their side to be their best, so stick with them and form a partnership.   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Bill Thomas 
 
 Article Title :: 5 Creative Evolutionary Leadership Niche Strategies!
 
I have a short story to share with you about an important skill many leaders need to develop, use and perfect.Life is a journey. The signposts along the path pointing out the way are many and are sometimes hard to understand.We hear news stories telling us it is the dawning of a knowledge-based society. As a leader, you may wonder about the amount of knowledge that is reported to be so plentiful.You recognize the many difficulties challenging you, weakening your leadership power and reducing your control over Fate.Where can people like you and your associates carry the burdens hidden in the vast amounts of data flooding your mind everyday?Would you like   (read full article)
 
 
 
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