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Category :: Management Articles Author :: Judith Richardson 
 
 Article Title :: Once Upon a Conflict
 
Once upon a time there lived an innocent, hardworking manager. One day he dared to wander from the safety of his open-concept office to speak out at a team meeting. He was immediately challenged, nay attacked, by another team member and his senior manager, embarrassing him in front of his peers. Plagued by downsizing, this noble manager feared for his job. A senior human resource professional saved the day through mediation. From that day forward, the manager carried that scar and never trusted anyone enough to speak out again.I am a management consultant and corporate coach. When it comes to fundamentals, my work is in creating spaces for people to make meaning, and move for  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Freddy Davis 
 
 Article Title :: Three Foundation Stones for Building Organizational Integrity
 
When the stock market crashed in 1929, there were a lot of people who lost everything they had. You would think that the result of that event would be complete and utter despair. And, in fact, there were those who reacted that way. There were numerous cases of people who committed suicide because they lost their life savings on that fateful day. They simply went into a depression and just couldn’t bring themselves to go on with life.But there was another group of people who reacted differently. These, too, lost everything and there is no doubt that they were just as devastated at their loss as were the others. It is just that they seemed to have better coping mechanisms. Th  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Freddy Davis 
 
 Article Title :: Your Organization Is Only as Good as Your People
 
Let’s begin by singing the jingle from an old US Army commercial. Ready? Sing! “Be all that you can be, in the Aaaaarmy.” Now, don’t you feel better?“Be all that you can be.” Why do you suppose the army selected this slogan? They selected it because there was a certain kind of volunteer that they wanted to attract, and that message would appeal to that group of people. They wanted to attract risk takers and adventurers. The purpose was to try and tap into the need that many people feel for adventure and growth.In more recent times the slogan has been changed to, “An army of one.” A slightly different slant in order to appeal to a generation with slightly diff  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Eric Okeke 
 
 Article Title :: What Is Business Sense?
 
What is the principal thing you need to succeed in your business today? Money. Sure, you need it, but it is not the main ingredient for success. People. Of course they are necessary, but having them may not guarantee success. Excellent products or services. Well, this is a must to succeed. But you may have them and still not succeed. Promotions, visibility, marketing. These factors lubricate your business activities for success. So what is the principal thing?Take this from the book of Proverbs. Wisdom is the principal thing. Therefore get wisdom. And in your getting, get understanding. Riches and honor are with me. Enduring riches and righteousness. Translate this into your busin  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Eric Okeke 
 
 Article Title :: The Higher You Go
 
The higher you go, the cooler it becomes. Really? Let us begin from first principles. This is a maxim we learnt in geography about the weather. Having come a long way in our professions and careers, can we really say it has been cooler over the years as we ascended the corporate ladder? Even at that,, how can we sensibly apply the Higher You Go principle in the way we work, and the way we live?Has it certainly been cooler for you over the years as you climbed higher? The higher the cooler may work in geography or in atmospheric conditions, but certainly not in conditions of work, the professions, vocations, family and relationships. It is so because of mounting responsibilities, ch  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Susan Cullen 
 
 Article Title :: How Managers Can Help Retain Their Best Employees
 
A major problem for employers today is attracting the best talent, and then retaining key employees. Research shows that the key ingredient for retention lies within the manager’s ability to understand what employees really want.The survey results below first came out in 1946 in Foreman Fact, from the Labor Relations Institute of NY and was produced again by Lawrence Lindahl in Personnel magazine in 1949. This study has since been replicated with similar results by Ken Kovach (1980); Valerie Wilson, Achievers International (1988); Bob Nelson, Blanchard Training & Development (1991); and Sheryl & Don Grimme, GHR Training Solutions (1997-2001).Pay particular interest to th  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Susan Cullen 
 
 Article Title :: How To Conduct Effective Meetings
 
Before you call your next meeting, the FIRST step is to decide if it is really essential. To determine that, ask yourself the following:· Is this meeting essential? · Can we do without it? · Can we accomplish the task without a meeting? · Can it wait another week? · Can we get things done with few meetings?Then, if you have decided a meeting is the best way to accomplish your objective, the following tips can help you conduct more effective meetings:1. Start and end meetings on time. Make sure everyone knows what time you are to start and to end. If you have an ending time, you will find your time is more productive in the time allotted.  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Josh Greenberg 
 
 Article Title :: The Key to Successful Performance Objectives
 
Have you ever tried to drive somewhere without proper directions? This almost always turns out to be a frustrating experience. Sure, if you stop and ask enough people you may eventually reach your target destination, but think of all the wasted energy, time, and resources needed to accomplish your goal.Let's take this concept and move it to the realm of managing a business. Does it make sense to expect your employees to reach a goal or strategic objective without providing them a road map of where they are headed? This is the reason clear and detailed employee performance objectives play a crucial role in helping companies perform to their business plan and achieve their strategic   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Azriel Winnett 
 
 Article Title :: Demise of the Lone Ranger Manager: A Lesson in Management Communication Style
 
When executives see themselves as solely responsible for the overall success of their enterprise, subordinates can hardly be blamed for acting according to predictions.Let's look at a familiar scene in classical American - if I may use the word - mythology.Panic and terror have brought all normal activity to a standstill in some pioneering settlement in the Wild West. A bunch of bad guys have been scaring the pants off the innocent, helpless and disorganized townsfolk.Then an imposing masked figure rides up on a white horse. He arrives just in the nick of time.With the right blend of courage and cunning, he vanquishes the bad guys by being just a l  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Peter Hunter 
 
 Article Title :: Taking Care of "Middle Manager Bounce Off"
 
How many times have the management consultants been ‘in’ and after leaving, have left little or no trace of their passing?Despite massive investment there is no discernable performance improvement, the retention figures still look as if we are running a call centre and our safety record is second to everyone.Why is it that what seemed a logical and progressive implementation model failed to have any lasting impact on our business?Could it have anything to do with ‘Middle Manager Bounce Off’?‘Middle Manager Bounce Off’ is a little understood phenomenon that appears most frequently in the wake of a management initiative or a consultant driven implemen  (read full article)
 
 
 
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