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By: Donna Price
The annual performance appraisal is an opportunity to enhance employee performance and create greater success for the company and the individual. My intent is to explore how coaching skills can be us (read entire article)
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By: Richard Callaby
Publishing documents on the World Wide Web can seem daunting for the self proclaimed ludites out there. Let's face it HTML, XML, CSS, JavaScript to name just a few of the technologies that you would (read entire article)
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By: Seek
So, you have a new addition in your family! Congratulations! But amidst all the baby boom and greetings do not forget that you have a huge responsibility ahead of you. Besides, bringing up your child (read entire article)
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By: Thomas Cutler
While credited with bringing much-needed productivity improvements to the discrete manufacturing industry, existing MCAD, PLM and ERP products are primarily focused on the promise of soft savings suc (read entire article)
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By: Mike Beitler
Recently the Aberdeen Group completed a study on performance management. They found that companies with best-in-class employee performance management systems produce 50 to 70 percent more revenue tha (read entire article)
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By: Ron Finklestein
Why is a company culture so important?I was reading a book call The World is Flat and the author was discussing the importance of a country's culture in making changes in adapting to changes in the wo (read entire article)
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By: Jeanie Marshall
Out in the forest or in our neighborhood, we recognize a firefighter rather easily: a heavily-clad person, holding a fire hose, walking up or down a ladder, or performing some other tasks that reduce (read entire article)
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By: Graeme Nichol
I thought seeing it's the end of the year I wouldn't focus on setting goals – everybody else does that, albeit not very well. I'd focus on achieving goals. So here's some thoughts.Focus on your goal (read entire article)
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By: Greg Ballard
When a good employee starts performing poorly, it may be something outside the workplace that is causing his performance to suffer. Is his marriage in trouble? Does he have crushing debt? Did a par (read entire article)
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By: Jan Phillips
True thought leadership requires original thinking. It is a practice that can be learned, or rather rediscovered, reclaimed, with a certain amount of attention and surrender.As with any creative en (read entire article)
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By: Andrew Rowe
Hiring top sales people is the key to accelerating your company's sales. Sounds like a no-brainer, right? Yet even if you agree with this, we all know from experience that finding and attracting high (read entire article)
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By: Maya Bailey, Ph.D.
Did you know that every successful professional has one thing in common? They all possess a strong level of emotional resilience. We're they born with it? No, in most cases they learned it as an abil (read entire article)
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By: Dorothy M. Neddermeyer, PhD
As a manager, executive or business owner, you will be conducting meetings and strategy sessions with your employees. And you may discover, as many have before you, that one of your biggest manager/t (read entire article)
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By: Adele Sommers
Does your organization see every opportunity as a "must-win" project, even when it's a poor fit for your in-house talents? If so, this is one of several viewpoints that can blind your company to poten (read entire article)
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By: David Duncan
The following information is crucial to the success of any medical billing office. Doctors simply do not pay enough attention to the admission/information gathering process. Receiving maximum reimbur (read entire article)
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By: Martin Haworth
Management is all about being the one who facilitates business or organisational success. Delivering the required results. It can be daunting, yet with these ten simple ideas, it might not be the impo (read entire article)
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By: Vj Mariaraj
Mind Mapping, if you are not aware, primarily uses non-linear methods and leans heavily on association and links. These very features of Mind Mapping lend the technique a great deal of power and simp (read entire article)
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By: Larry Galler
As a youngster I loved reading spy / adventure novels. They were always exciting and adventuresome. In most of them there was a “secret code,” used to communicate without fear of “the other si (read entire article)
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By: Stanley Epstein
The operational risk requirements of Basel II (International Convergence of Capital Measurement and Capital Standards) place a heavy emphasis on the identification, assessment, monitoring and control (read entire article)
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By: Hans Bool
Although I would rather not choose and take events as they come, I have learned that choice is inevitable. With utilities like Internet choosing is becoming even more difficult.One option that is recu (read entire article)
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By: Gloria Berthold
Do you want to improve the profitability of your company? Then it may be time to consider firing a few customers. You can make an informed decision about this difficult situation if you first clearly (read entire article)
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By: Shary Hauer
"PRAISE LOUDLY, BLAME SOFTLY" - Catherine the GreatIn a Leadership position, the pressure to perform is ceaseless. Hitting your numbers. Achieving your goals. Meeting your metrics. That's what's (read entire article)
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By: Nickie Freedman
Creating a high performing organization requires a relentless focus on ensuring a great work environment. When staff are enthusiastic about where they work and engaged in what they do, obstacles seem (read entire article)
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By: Ken Lizotte
It used to be that we poor, run-ragged employees could routinely expect ongoing intimidation from our bosses for a long litany of reasons, quaking in our boots those bleak mornings when we had to call (read entire article)
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By: Glory Borgeson
Over time, I have heard from several people who shared their stories of working with high maintenance managers (HMM). The most interesting were from people with family businesses whose spouse (read entire article)
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By: Glory Borgeson
Have you ever experienced a work environment that's very positive? You look forward to being there, in that place, with those people, working on those projects. It's energizing - not in a "cheer (read entire article)
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By: Carla Rieger
Conflict is like wind; too much causes destruction; too little and no transformation can occur.A client of mine (a manager) told me he was having a wonderful day, and then a man called to complain abo (read entire article)
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By: Graeme Nichol
In many management situations we find in our consulting and coaching environment we are brought in to solve particular problems. Management and their teams have tried everything they could but like ou (read entire article)
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By: Martin Haworth
Want some guidelines for how you can definitely get under the skin of your workers? Here are some simple things known to irritate the heck out of them, time after time...If you want engaged, co-operat (read entire article)
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By: Leon Chaddock
Facility management is the management of a facility. But, the definition of this is much more complex than just a person or group of people that run a building. The fact is there are many areas to t (read entire article)
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By: L. John Mason
Life change is unavoidable. The pace of change has increased to a record rate with the latest innovations and information technologies. Our body's primitive response mechanism has not been able to kee (read entire article)
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By: Martin Haworth
Every day we communicate with those around us. At work, as in our lives as a whole, we respond to the information we obtain.Yet, so often, managers waste this valuable information gathering time by te (read entire article)
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By: Leon Chaddock
Many companies have turned to performance management in their businesses. There are many realms in which this type of solution can be used within a performance setting. The goal of this type of mana (read entire article)
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By: Dakota Caudilla
Going from employee to manager is like taking a quantum leap. Sometimes it's the most natural way to proceed forward, other times it takes time, patience and a good deal of planning.Tip No. 1: Look fo (read entire article)
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By: Kelly Graves
Wouldn't it be nice if you could just take a simple test to resolve your conflicts and have proper conflict resolution? A multiple choice test would be the best:1. The person you are in conflict with (read entire article)
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By: John Nicholas
Part of good leadership requires skill in the hiring process. Good leaders know that retention of productive employees affects the bottom line as well as morale and growth.Recruiting, training and the (read entire article)
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By: S. Maurer
Project management knowledge and practices are best described in terms of their component processes. These processes can be placed into five process groups (initiating, planning, executing, controllin (read entire article)
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By: Michael Beitler
Since my “Death of the OD Practitioner” article was published about a month ago, I have been asked whether Organizational Effectiveness (OE) consultants will experience the same fate. My answer is (read entire article)
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By: Peter Hunter
Stop trying to motivate me! Part II Or Why are you trying to make me angryThroughout our industries, both public and private, there persists a perception that motivation is a commodity to be hande (read entire article)
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By: Rick Johnson
Next to people, communication is the most critical element to success whether you are in a growth mode or you are facing difficult economic times. However, when times are tough, failure to communicate (read entire article)
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By: Kevin Eikenberry
I hear four questions asked about leadership often. This article gives a short answer to each of these important questions.Why Does Leadership Matter?Parents universally hope that their children deve (read entire article)
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By: Jim Donovan
In today's business environment with increases in staff reductions and rapidly changing roles and responsibilities, it is crucial that all of your team members be fully engaged in the tasks at hand. A (read entire article)
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By: Jimmie Newell
Key control, or more accurately the lack of key control is one of the biggest risks that businesses face.What is the risk?Imagine, you have fired a trusted employee, unknown to you that person had a s (read entire article)
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By: Marcia Zidle
Does your hiring process consist of proven practices or just a hodgepodge of activities that get into gear when someone says, “I need more people” or “Sally has left and we need someone to take (read entire article)
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By: Marcia Zidle
Why do some new managers succeed while others fail? It all depends on the first three months – the critical time when the new hire is learning the ropes. The new manager's boss plays a vital role in (read entire article)
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By: Marcia Zidle
Telecommuting or virtual work opens up a wider net of potential employees for businesses – the disabled, the stay-at-home parent, the student, the retired, the flextime person, etc. However, it also (read entire article)
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By: Alan Fairweather
Old style management doesn't encourage personal mind control, employees aren't encouraged to think. That was certainly the case when I started work back in the bad old days however it's still prevalen (read entire article)
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By: Lorraine Cohen
People talk to me about making personal and professional changes in their life. I hear comments about how hard they think it will be, concerns about their ability to be successful, pressure on themsel (read entire article)
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By: Byron Lund
1. Eliminate wasteEliminate reports, habits, products, duplicate input, and processes that waste time and money. These drain labor, money and energy from the business.Two-thirds of products or service (read entire article)
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