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Category :: Management Articles Author :: Srinivasan R.G. 
 
 Article Title :: Building High Performance Teams
 
Your managerial success is tied to your team. Teams are the most valuable resource of an organization. The times of lone leadership are over with Alexander the Great. These are the times of the team leadership. If you can build a successful team and work as the leader who is just a little more equal than others you may be able to pull off everything you do with great success. Successful team building requires a lot of focus and effort. Here are a few tips to build teams that are effective and deliver results. Define the Objectives: Does the team members understand clearly the expectations from them? Have the performance challenges clearly been defined? Do they know what the expected outco  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Kim Olver 
 
 Article Title :: Leadership & Teamwork
 
Strong, positive teamwork is defined by a leader who has a vision and the ability to inspire his or her team to work toward the realization of that vision. The leader is not threatened in the least by the expertise and diversity of his or her team. Rather, a good team leader engages his or her teammates in a discussion about what quality looks like, what is needed to perform and complete the job, and empowers the team members to always strive for quality improvement. Let's break all that down into its component parts. The first is a clearly defined leader. I believe every team must have a leader. There must be someone who is in charge and makes the ultimate decisions. Team members may   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Mike Beitler 
 
 Article Title :: Effective Talent Management
 
When three leading magazines (Harvard Business Review, Business Week, and Training & Development) all have cover stories about talent management the same month, it is safe to say you are looking at a hot topic. Talent management (the recruiting, training, and retaining of good workers) has had many names over the years, but it is certainly not new. While the topic is not new, how we think about it has evolved over time. As early as the late 19th century, business organizations turned to universities for help developing their employees. In 1881, Joseph Wharton (co-founder of Bethlehem Steel) persuaded the University of Pennsylvania to create an undergraduate business education program. Soo  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Mark Anthony Harrison 
 
 Article Title :: Don't be afraid of the silence
 
In any conversation with two or more people, there is a tendency to want to talk all the time to fill any awkward silences or gaps that appear in a conversation. However, if you think of the conversations that you have with your closest friends or family, you will notice that there isn't the same need to fill these gaps, as silences between you are comfortable. This is generally because you know the other person and the type of character that they are. Now, if we change this scenario to the sales process you will see that it is a completely different feeling to the one above. Suddenly silence is your worst enemy, the one thing to be avoided during negotiations, the realisation that you ar  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Paul Bowley 
 
 Article Title :: Ready For A Promotion? . . . 8 Steps To Success!
 
Promotion is one of those things almost everyone wants. But no one wants to look like they want one. Or is so bold to ask for it. But if you're determined to get ahead and are willing to follow some simple steps, you can move the odds of a promotion significantly in your favor. 1. Get yourself a mentor. Someone a level or two above you that you feel comfortable with . . . with whom you can talk and get advice. 2. Research the factors that go into promotions where you work. For example, does she select people she feels comfortable with -- that she hangs out with? Or does he base decisions based solely on performance? You need to develop that skills that match up with your boss' expectatio  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Alan Boyer 
 
 Article Title :: How to Turn a Difficult Meeting into a Positive Meeting
 
Have you ever heard someone offer a positive idea in a meeting and nearly everyone around the table shoots it down immediately? There seems to be more reasons why it can't or shouldn't happen than in ways to make it happen. Many times these meetings become downer meetings, spiraling downward toward failure, and everyone leaves in frustration. Does it seem that your meetings never accomplish anything? Stop fighting the negative and use the negatives to drive toward the positive. Dr. Bluma Zeigarnic, a Russian psychopathologist, said that we come into a greatest height of consciousness and alertness through negative events. Negative events actually turn us on more, get our adrenal glands   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: JS Anandrahi 
 
 Article Title :: Learn the Art of Dynamic Leadership
 
Leadership is art of leading a group of people to attain a certain goal. Without leadership qualities it is very difficult to write a big success story either in business or in politics. Progress of a country or success of a business depends on its leadership. This world is full of talented and hard-working humans. There are brave persons in every street or block of every colony. But if they don't get a good leader they won't be able to combine themselves into a dynamic force. Without a good leader the best of the businesses or the mightiest of the forces start crumbling. The history is replete with examples how the personality of a leader plays an important role in making or breaking an em  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: PAUL MEGAN 
 
 Article Title :: Hot job search news!
 
A prominent east coast newspaper recently reported important employment insights from one of the nation's top job-search professionals. This 2005 article highlights important information consistent with EEI's recommendations. It's a reality check and a wake-up call for anyone serious about getting ahead. "In a tough job market, those looking for work need to set themselves apart. Nothing does this as well as a face-to-face meeting. "'Many people have a hard time getting out of the starting gate in their search,' says John A. Challenger, chief executive officer of Challenger, Gray & Christmas, a top outplacement consulting organization. "'There's an illusion that there has to be some age  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: PAUL MEGAN 
 
 Article Title :: 5 Hot Job Negotiations Tips!
 
Everyone gets excited by a job offer. It's the culmination of an industrious job search. At last you'll be moving on . . . hopefully to something more interesting, challenging and lucrative. A job offer is a vote of confidence in your ability to do a good job. And it says a lot about your skill in developing a rapport and chemistry with your next boss. But the job search process isn't over! How you close the deal by successfully negotiating a compensation package can make or break the job offer on the table. Do it right and you lock up your new job and position yourself for the future. Do it wrong and you can lose the offer. The solution is to do your homework. Here are 5 tips: 1. Res  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: PAUL MEGAN 
 
 Article Title :: Are You Ready To Be Promoted?
 
Promotion is one of those things almost everyone wants after a successful job search. But no one is bold enough to ask for it. If you're determined to get ahead after a successful job search and are willing to follow some simple steps, you can move the odds of a promotion significantly in your favor. 1. Under NO circumstances do you ever ask for a promotion! 2. Get yourself a mentor. Someone a level or two above you that you feel comfortable with . . . with whom you can talk and get advice. 3. Determine the factors that go into promotions where you work. For example, does your boss select people he/she feels comfortable with -- that they hangs out with? Or do they base decisions based s  (read full article)
 
 
 
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