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Category :: Management Articles Author :: Ed Sykes 
 
 Article Title :: Motivate Your Team! Eight Quick Tips to Motivate for Success
 
Motivation is the key ingredient for success in any organization. You can have all the technical skills in the world; however, if you can't motivate your team, you will not achieve success. As a leader, a majority of your job is to motivate others to succeed so that everyone's goals are accomplished. The following are eight quick tips to motivate your team: 1. Everyone Has Motivation Your employees are motivated on some level. It is your job to find the level of their motivation and move your employees to the next level. 2. Listen to WIIFM I wake up every morning listening to a very important radio station, WIIFM. I hope you do too. WIIFM stands for What's In It For Me? To truly be a mot  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Eric Garner 
 
 Article Title :: Time Travel: What's Your Speed and Direction?
 
Our personalities are the key to finding out what kind of time manager we are. Whether we tend to do too much or too little, overwork or underwork, buzz around like a bee or freeze through procrastination, all comes down to one thing: which of the following Time Travellers are you? 1. The Perfectionist. The Perfectionist is one of the worst examples of a workaholic. They fill up their days with work activities in the belief that everything they do has to be as perfect as possible. George Bernard Shaw was a typical workaholic. He wrote mechanically every day of his career. Looking back on his life, he said, "When I was a young man, I observed that nine out of ten things I did were fa  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Eric Garner 
 
 Article Title :: The Value of Values
 
One of the toughest jobs a leader has to perform is to act as guardian of an organisation's values. An organisation's values are the things that are really important to it. In the early days of an enterprise, the values are sometimes the only thing that keeps the business going. When other factors make the chances of survival doubtful, such as funds, markets, and technology, it is the set of beliefs held by the original founders which pull the business through. The beliefs of the organization are almost always the beliefs of the original leaders. These beliefs are intangible. Think of Unilever's belief in co-operation, or Mars's belief in efficiency, or IBM's belief in innovation, or He  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Eric Garner 
 
 Article Title :: Mission: How Leaders Create The Greatest Version Of What You Can Be
 
A statement of mission is one of the most powerful things you can do, whether you are running a major corporation or a small team. It expresses the purpose for the organisation's existence, its raison d'etre, and becomes the rallying point around which everyone can unite. Often managers create mission statements because they think they should and then leave them gathering dust on the shelf. But this is to mistake the real power and purpose of mission statements. If put together with real understanding of what a group of people can achieve, they can act like irresistible magnets drawing everyone in the same direction. It is one of the core roles of leaders, whether at the top of the organ  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Eric Garner 
 
 Article Title :: The Difference Between Managers and Leaders
 
It is often difficult to understand the difference between managers and leaders. Do managers lead? Do leaders manage? To understand how these two concepts are distinct yet different, here are 7 ways to understand them. 1. Course and Steering. The word "leadership" comes from the Old English word "lad" for a "course". A "lode" is a vein that leads or guides to ore; a lodestone is a magnetic stone that guides; the lode-star is the name for the star that guides sailors, the Pole star. The word "management" comes from the Latin word "manus", the hand, from which we also get "maintenance" and "mainstay". Leadership guides by setting a ship's course. Management keeps a hand on the tiller.  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Manik Thapar (MBA) 
 
 Article Title :: Organizational Structure
 
Organizations are complex entities, encompassing in them various elements, both external and internal in nature. To incorporate these various elements in a organization so that it functions at a optimum level requires a organizational structure, which takes in to account the functioning of these internal and external elements together. Historically most organizations have taken a Top-Down Approach to management, the structure of these organizations also depict a top down management approach, where autonomy and decision making power rests in the hands of top management. Organizations such as G.M., Xerox, and many of the other fortune 500 companies that we have come to know were and are m  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: J Herrera 
 
 Article Title :: Learn how to manage your projects with Project management training resources
 
Untitled Document Learn how to manage your projects with Project management training resources Our project management training resources are suitable for project managers and team leaders, IT developers and testers and for business people who are involved in IT projects. Project management training resources includes courses that will be of great help for you and the best part is that there are no prerequisites, which means anyone can understand them. You  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: J Herrera 
 
 Article Title :: Learn to manage your projects with Project management training software
 
Untitled Document Learn to manage your projects with Project management training software Project management training software describes in a very understandable way how projects should be managed and it is designed for business and IT people who are involved in IT projects. This software shows how IT projects should be managed, from inception to post implementation review. Project management training software will help you with: *  Project overvi  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Diana Liffick 
 
 Article Title :: Are You Anti-Customer?
 
Fighting the daily currents of customer wants and needs can be demanding and stressful. Stress, as we all know, adversely affects our mental and physical well-being. It can make us defensive, temperamental and otherwise gloomy. Unfortunately though, stress is often the nature of the job for Call Center customer service representatives and dealing with this pressure often includes negative, unprofessional, and anti-customer behaviors. Anti-customer behaviors include: * Mocking customers * Criticizing customer expectations * Being self-oriented Regular, honest self assessment and assessment of those around you is a great place to start in identifying these behaviors, why they exist and m  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Carole Sue Jones 
 
 Article Title :: What do Trainers do When They are not Training?
 
In the new corporate environments where everyone wears more than one hat, trainers are often responsible for a myriad of duties beyond just facilitating new training classes. Their job is often that of Maintenance, IT Guru, Subject Matter Expert, Coach, Instructional designer and Copy clerk. There is an incredible amount of work that has to happen for a training event to occur. Let's look a little closer at the process. Training starts with a new tool/ new behavior or a new policy. The training team is brought in at the development stage to work as a subject matter expert. They may be asked to do a Needs Analysis to identify what skills or behaviors will need to be learned or changed. They  (read full article)
 
 
 
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