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Category :: Management Articles Author :: Lonnie Pacelli 
 
 Article Title :: Squashing the Procrastination Demon
 
We all know a procrastinator . . . that person who does Christmas shopping on December 24th, pulls an all-nighter to get a report done, or avoids making even the simplest decisions. Many times the procrastinator puts forth a defense of "well, I do get it done, don't I?" Sometimes yes, sometimes no. Even if things do get done, though, the stress put on the procrastinator (and those around him or her) is greater than it needs to be. If you know of a procrastinator (or are one yourself), use these tips to help make life a bit easier for not only the procrastinator but for those around him or her as well: Decide that you're going to be serious about dealing with your procrastination issues - j  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Donna Cutting 
 
 Article Title :: The Red Carpet Treatment
 
The First 90 Days The Red Carpet Treatment Remember your first few days at your present job? Were you excited? Nervous? Did you worry about your ability accomplish the tasks given to you or the impression you would make on your new co-workers? Perhaps you were concerned about the impression your new co-workers would make on you. You would not be alone if you were feeling a little lost during your probationary period. Many people do. Since you know how it feels to be "the new kid on the block" you may be the perfect person to welcome other new employees to the fold. Regardless of your job title, you can help to make the difference between whether a new recruit stays or leaves within th  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Sangeetha Naik 
 
 Article Title :: SMART Objectives
 
Most managers are familiar with the setting up of goals or objectives for their teams or departments. However there remains a lot of speculation on why Objectives are needed, who needs to have objectives and finally how to go about forming the perfect objective. Objectives are generally a list of one or more statements, each statement a clear definition on what has to be achieved. There can be Overall company objectives, department objectives, team objectives and even personal objectives. Objectives, especially short term objectives brings immense clarity about the immediate future to the team and how they are going to be affected. For example, an Olympic 100 m sprinter knows her goals.  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Mike Beitler 
 
 Article Title :: Leadership Formulas
 
Do we really believe outstanding leadership is so simple that we can boil it down to a simple formula? Could any single formula explain the likes of Gandhi, Jack Welch, and Bill Gates? Of course not. Individual human beings are amazingly complex. Interactions between individuals and groups are even more complex. Leadership represents one of the most complex forms of human interaction. In any given leader-follower relationship countless things are happening simultaneously: ego needs, security needs, needs for power, needs for approval, needs for affiliation, needs for achievement, etc., etc. Nevertheless, many authors continue to offer simple formulas for leadership success. John Maxwell a  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Kenneth Strong 
 
 Article Title :: Balance Strength With Heart
 
I wonder if the human touch, which people have, is not one of the greatest assets that one can have. You meet some people, and immediately you feel their warmth of mind or heart. You read a book, sit before the performance of a fine actor, or read a poem -- and there it is -- something that streams into your consciousness. . . . Those who keep climbing higher, in their chosen work, all have this outstanding something. The nurse in the hospital, the man who delivers your mail, the clerk behind many a store counter, and the effective minister or public speaker. Without this human touch, hope has little on which to feed or thrive. - George Matthew Adams Let's face facts. In a leadership role   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: MomentumStockTrading.com 
 
 Article Title :: Beyond Investing Basics ... Stock Market for Beginner ... Online Share Trading
 
Beyond Investing Basics ... Stock Market for Beginner ... Online Share Trading .- BY MomentumStockTrading.com The stock market can present you with a lot of hot stocks every day. Many of them are new technology stocks that come from the nanotech, biotech, voip, healthcare, homeland defense or internet sectors. Most of them may seem promising, but the truth is that a good number of these trading & investing opportunities are extremely risky, while others are not as good as they seem. That's why it's very important to know how to choose the best especially if you want to day trade them. When you know how to pick and approach the best hot stock trading opportuntites, you are able to gene  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Simon Buehring 
 
 Article Title :: Project management best practices
 
As both an active project manager and a project management trainer, people often ask me what are the fundamental aspects to successful project management. Whilst there have been many great books written on the subject, I always summarise what I believe to be the best practices at the heart of good project management. Define the scope and objectives For any project to be successful you need to understand what the project is supposed to achieve. Suppose your boss asks you to organise a campaign to get the employees to donate blood. Is the aim of this to get as much blood donated to the local blood bank? Or, is it to raise the profile of the company in the local community? Deciding w  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Dr Eddy Kloprogge, Tyrone Francis, Peter Gleeson 
 
 Article Title :: Constellations
 
Constellations A diagnostic tool for creative strategic development Dr E Kloprogge, Peter G Gleeson and Tyrone J Francis, January - 2005 Introduction What is a Constellation? A constellation is an innovative way of diagnosing and resolving troubling issues. It draws on emotional intelligence and intuition as well as logical thought. A constellation provides insight and foresight by uncovering the hidden dynamics of a situation. By bringing something to light a constellation provides support and momentum to do something new. Setting up a constellation A person sets up a constellation by placing people (including a substitute for him  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Mike Beitler 
 
 Article Title :: Flexibilization
 
Professor Walter Oechsler of the University of Mannheim (Germany) believes the workplace and workforce in the 21st century will be characterized by "flexibilization." Oechsler sees the "flexibilization" of the workplace and workforce leading to "a core group with unlimited full employment, and an increasingly larger group of short-term limited and/or part-time employees who face severe employment risks, ultimately resulting in stress." Unfortunately, I must agree with Oechsler's rather unpleasant prediction. Increasing global competition will lead to increasing pressure and stress on all employees. Employees who are unprepared for the new workplace will find themselves at great risk. Oech  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Nickie Freedman, PHR 
 
 Article Title :: What Does Your Staff REALLY Want? Part 3
 
The 2005 "Best Places to Work" program study showed that, contrary to popular opinion, employee satisfaction didn't depend on salary. The most given answer as to what makes a company a great place to work is employee empowerment. And what constitutes employee empowerment? I believe it comes down to a few basic principles, the third of which is effective communication. EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION Millions of words have been written on this subject, and yet it's still a huge problem, especially in the legal world. Why? Think about how attorneys are educated - they go to law school and learn how to be adversaries and advocates, keep secrets, and always look for the hidden agenda. That's  (read full article)
 
 
 
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