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Category :: Management Articles Author :: Lonnie Pacelli 
 
 Article Title :: We Found a Rock Star! Hiring the Best of the Best.
 
Colleagues, I feel your pain on this issue. Scenario #1: You've got a critical position that needs to be filled by a qualified candidate, and quick. For every day the position doesn't get filled, your in-box fills up a bit more with work to be done because your unfilled position hasn't been staffed. You see tons of resumes and have interviewed scores of candidates, but the rock star you're looking for isn't emerging. You refuse to "settle" for a mediocre candidate, but the work is piling up and you've got to do something. Scenario #2: Three months ago you thought you had the perfect candidate for a job and decided to hire him. You negotiate a compensation package, relocate the candidate,  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Lonnie Pacelli 
 
 Article Title :: Not Another Ice Breaker! Team Building with a Purpose.
 
"We just don't work as a team!" Janet, a group manager for a large insurance company, was complaining to Larry, her human resources consultant. "Everyone just seems to do their own thing, they don't share information, don't try to help each other, and don't seem to care about anyone else's problems. What we need is a team building offsite!" Janet and Larry decided to put together a two-day offsite for the team at a resort about two hours away from work. Janet wanted immediate focus on the problem so Larry worked double-time to put together the event to be held later in the month. Larry put together an agenda full of trust-building exercises, ice-breakers, and brainstorming sessions on how t  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Lonnie Pacelli 
 
 Article Title :: The Five Biggest Mistakes an HR Professional Can Make...From the Client's Perspective
 
A number of years back I was in a meeting with two HR representatives at my company. They were explaining to me how the HR organization wanted to be more "strategic" with its clients and how they wanted to help us with annual resource planning. At the time, our biggest problem was filling open positions with qualified candidates; a number of key positions had been open for months with no qualified candidates in the hiring pipeline. When I asked the HR reps about how they were going to help with this problem, they both told me that they didn't have time to address the hiring issues because they were tasked with being more "strategic". Needless to say, the meeting went downhill in a hurry bec  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Lonnie Pacelli 
 
 Article Title :: Don't Let a Challenge Stall Your Business - Five Tips for Staying on Track
 
Without challenges, your business would cease to exist. After all, you began your business in response to a need and you continue it for the same reason. However, just as your customers' needs change over time, so do your business's. Your competition improves, technology changes, and your employees come and go. In order to stay in the game for the long haul, you need to find new ways to satisfy your customers, improve the efficiency of your processes, and maintain a healthy profit margin. As you strive to accomplish your goals, you will encounter challenges along the way. Sometimes the challenges are numerous and you don't know where to start. All the problems compete with each other and yo  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Lonnie Pacelli 
 
 Article Title :: The Seven Deadly Sins of Management
 
Pride. Envy. Gluttony. Lust. Anger. Greed. Sloth. You either recognize these as the seven deadly sins or as themes for prime-time television. Nonetheless, you were probably taught as a child that these are bad and you shouldn't do them. For purposes of this article, do as you were taught and think bad when you commit these similar sins in the workplace. As leaders, we are continually being introduced to new techniques and theories. Hammer & Champy's Business Process Re-engineering Model, McKinsey's 7-S Framework, and Kenichi Ohmae's 3C's Strategic Triangle are all examples of strategic models designed to help leaders think about their business in different and innovative ways. What sits o  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Lonnie Pacelli 
 
 Article Title :: Five Simple Strategies for Unifying Project Teams
 
Do your project team members show confusion about who is responsible for what aspects of the job? Do their conversations and meetings usually end in heated personal attacks? Or do individual members ever exhibit an "every person for themselves" attitude and refuse to help their teammates? If you answered "yes" to any of these questions, then you're not alone. Sometimes, a team simply doesn't "gel." Every experienced project manager has certainly experienced challenges in getting their teams to behave like...well, teams. But with organization and guidance you can help your project teams accomplish more and eliminate many of the setbacks and challenges that make teamwork so difficult. Consid  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Alan Fairweather 
 
 Article Title :: A "Must Do" Tactic to Improve your Team Motivation Skills
 
Has this ever happened to you? You go to speak to your boss, or a colleague, a friend or even someone in your family and you feel they're not listening. How does that make you feel - not very good I suspect. When I bring this up in a team motivation seminar, some managers start to feel a litle bit uncomfortable. If you want to motivate and have a good relationship with the people in your team, your customers, colleagues, friends and family, then you need to be a good listener. You need to look and sound like you're listening. When face to face you need to look interested, nod your head and keep good eye contact. Over the phone you need to make the occasional - "Uh-Huh - I see." I've se  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Mike Beitler 
 
 Article Title :: Know Thyself: MBTI and DiSC
 
In my practice as an executive coach and consultant, I use both the MBTI® and the DiSC®. I am often asked, "Which one is better?" The question reveals a common misunderstanding about psychological instruments. The fact is, there is no such thing as "the best" psychological instrument. As consultants who use psychological instruments our challenge is to choose the "appropriate" psychological instrument. As long as a psychological instrument has been subjected to rigorous validity and reliability testing (the only type I will use in practice) it probably has an appropriate use. The Oracle of Delphi, centuries ago, recommended "Know thyself." I would add, "Know others too!" Psychological   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Gary E. Cain 
 
 Article Title :: Seeking Solutions
 
Problem Situations: *Eliminate an unwanted situation *Obtain an improved situation Types of Problems: **People - the most difficult to solve **Equipment/Procedure - Ex: The office computer network is frequently off-line. **Financial - Worker productivity is too low in relation to the wages paid. Steps to Making Decisions: 1. Verify that a problem actually exists 2. Clearly and Accurately State the Problem Focus on the Main Issue(s) Decide If and Which Person or Persons Are Involved 3. Gather the Facts Note: There are sources to help you gather information. Some of them are: a. Brainstorming - using creative thinking to find ideas. b. Group discussions with people affected by the  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Dr Deryck D. Pattron, Ph.D. 
 
 Article Title :: Characteristics of a good leader
 
A good leader is one who faithfully and consistently shows the following characteristics: 1. Leads by example. 2. Democratic and cooperative. 3. Highly motivated and able to motivate others. 4. Compassionate. 5. Good Communicator. 6. Treat all employees with respect, fairness and equity. 7. Concerned about the welfare of employees. 8. Encourages employee participation with positive feedback. 9. Encourages employee participation in company's policies, practices and procedures. 10. Goal directed-results driven. 11. Demonstrates good ethical and moral behavior. 12. Recognizes and rewards good ideas from colleagues. 13. Expects and encourages performance from colleagues. 14. Follows through on   (read full article)
 
 
 
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