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Category :: Management Articles Author :: Mike Myatt 
 
 Article Title :: The First Place to Look for Talent
 
No company is immune to the perils of employee turnover. But what if I told you that there was a way to recoup some of the investments made into former employees? While I’m sure each of us can easily recall those former employees that we were glad to part company with, it might not be so easy to recall those good employees that got away from us. Even the best of companies will from time-to-time lose good employees. Think about the number of employees that have come and gone over the years and you will quickly realize that some great talent (or great talent in the making) has slipped through your fingers.Under the right circumstances former employees can provide fertile ground for  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Roger Croft 
 
 Article Title :: Action Learning - Effective Listening
 
Action learning provides a structured approach to making progress on difficult and sometimes emotive issues. Taking part in an action learning set can help improve skills vital to leading a business forward, namely:Being objective and making decisionsImproving listening and questioningCreating the climate for purposeful discussionAn action learning set normally numbers between 5 and 7, and at the start is facilitated to give the group a good foundation. Each member of the group gets a period of time to explain their issue, and then gets questioned by the rest of the group. Each member of the group can take a turn. A good set has trust between the members, a goo  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: John Furnem 
 
 Article Title :: The Employee Time Clock
 
Many of us still remember those punch clocks that our parents used to punch in and out of work, these machines were planned to keep an eye on the time employees spent and hopefully worked at the work place.For many years, companies have relied on employee time clocks to accurately record how many hours are worked by each employee every week. Even though clocks have changed, these companies need to have some type of system that they can use to create payroll and ensure employees are getting paid for each hour worked. Employees these days use cards that they swipe along a slot, which reads their name and records the time they clocked in. Employees must also clock out each day the sam  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Megan Tough 
 
 Article Title :: You Can't Do It All - Learning To Delegate
 
There 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 fact and be OK with it.How do you fill the gaps in your expert  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Carole Spiers 
 
 Article Title :: Pull An Elastic Band Too Far - It Snaps
 
Building a resilient workforce to manage pressure effectively‘Resilience’ is the new buzzword for the process of adapting well in the face of adversity, trauma, tragedy, threats or other ‘stressors’. It’s how we ‘bounce back’ from difficult situations. And fortunately resilience isn’t a characteristic that we either do or don’t have. It involves behaviours, thoughts and actions that can be learned and developed.Studies have shown that the most important factors in building resilience include:• having caring and supportive relationships• the ability to make realistic plans and take steps to carry them out• possessing a positive sel  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Carole Spiers 
 
 Article Title :: Fit For Work - Managing Attendance In The Workplace
 
The transitional period of returning to work after a prolonged period of sickness absence can be daunting for the employee AND their line manager - especially where the ill health revolved around a ‘stress at work’ issue. Coming to terms with changes that have taken place during the employee’s absence and re-establishing team working practices will take effort and commitment from the manager and employee alike. Supportive and proactive interventions must be implemented to ensure a smooth transition back to the workplace.The employee’s perspectiveReturning to work following a long period of absence is daunting in itself, but with stress-related absence this is often s  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Jim Clemmer 
 
 Article Title :: Developing a Team or Organization Vision
 
As Mark Twain once remarked about the weather, there's a lot of talk about vision, but very few managers really do anything about it. Visioning is sometimes an innate natural skill just like leadership sometimes is. And the moon sometimes blocks out the sun - but none occur very often. Most people have had to consciously and with great effort continually work to strengthen their visioning. Visionary leaders are seldom born that way (how many of those birth announcements have you seen lately?). Nor are they necessarily charismatic. They have had to work at making visioning habitual.Here are a few pathways and pitfalls to organizational visioning:• You and your team need to   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Jason Montag 
 
 Article Title :: Build an Effective Team Today
 
A team is not just a group of people. All too often a group of individuals are put together in a room with a common task and expected to accomplish a goal efficiently and effectively. This is something that is harder to accomplish than you might think. To get a task done as a group the group will have to work together as a team and that is something that takes time to develop and practice to achieve.A good team will have a handful of qualities that we will cover right now. Without such qualities a team is only a team by title not by ability to perform as one. The members of a team must be intertwined by purpose and task. If they are independent of one another there is a large pi  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: My Booking Manager - 
 
 Article Title :: It'll Be All Right On The Night
 
There was only a week to go before the major product launch and Sara had a “concern”; a phrase she used when she was shaking in her boots with sheer panic. She had been checking with all of the presenters to make sure that their presentations were well into development, if not complete and, although she had not heard or read them all from end-to-end, she could tell that there was an unacceptable amount of repetition. The audience was in danger of walking out after the first hour if she could not convince these high-flying executives to modify their approach. Originally, Sara, as the event organizer, thought she could avoid a rehearsal to save cost and time, she now saw that   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: My Booking Manager - 
 
 Article Title :: Managing Registrations And Payments For An Event
 
In a company of 25 people; putting on a marketing event and charging an entry fee could give the event administrator a severe headache. Patricia Thomson was in this position only last week. Her “normal” job of Marketing Assistant still had to run while she organized the seminars and she realized she could be handling hundreds of enquiries over the period. This was their first venture into this type of event and the company's accounts department was not really set up for a mass influx of small payments. The registration and payment procedure that you use should be as professional as you can make it. This fairly small part of the overall event paints a very vivid picture to yo  (read full article)
 
 
 
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