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  • Fall in Love with your Job  By : Kelly Sims VA
    Not everyone can love their job, but there are people out there who could love their jobs by learning to make a few simple changes. By taking a few simple steps you could find that you've had your dream job all along.
  • Are you delegating For Success?  By : Yvonne Bleakley
    Have you ever noticed that great leaders are also excellent delegators? Delegation saves time, develops and motivates people, and makes an organization more productive. Therefore, it is fair to say that this is one of the most critical skills for any leader or manager to acquire. For this reason, I e
  • Delegation with Confidence: Five Essential Steps  By : Melissa Vokoun
    But the effective manager is one who understands their limitations and has confidence in both their ability to delegate and their subordinates. There are five steps that insure that the delegation process will yield the best results for the manager and the recipient of delegated tasks.
  • The Importance of Organization  By : Kelly Church
    The main point of this article is to show that organization is one of the most important aspects of running any business. The cost of being disorganized can be a large and very often occurring chunk of time and money.
  • How To Delegate Effectively  By : S Lifland

    Knowing how to delegate is not an inherent ability. Many managers, supervisors and even senior executives resist handing over tasks and responsibilities because of a variety of operational as well as personal reasons. They may be anxious about surrendering the control they have over various duties, or they may be afraid that subordinates will take exception to delegation. It is critical to rise above these obstacles because delegating effectively can have significant and comprehensive benefit for all involved, especially the company as a whole.

  • For Smoother Operations, Reduce the Number of People Involved  By : Donald Mitchell
    From small to large organizations, matters slow down because people are needlessly involved. In small companies, the owners may stick their noses into everyone's activities. In larger companies, the checkers may be checking on the checkers. This article describes how to simplify operations for better, more profitable results.
  • Delegation...Essential to your Success  By : Kerrie Halmi
    Are you working long hours, finding it difficult to finish all of your work and realizing that you don't have time to develop your people? If so, delegation is your answer. While most professionals understand the need for delegation, few know how to really effectively do it. This article gives common obstacles to delegation with counter-arguments and specific strategies for you to start delegating.
  • How To Get People to Do What They Are Supposed To - The Secrets of Performance Management  By : Paul Phillips
    When George took on the top job at a prestigious high profile company he thought it would run like clockwork, such was the public perception of this quality business. What he didn't realise was that the reputation was founded on a just a few brilliant people and the product they had developed. The rest were merely trying to manage the chaos. Learn what he did to fix this.
  • How to Work Less and Gain More by Understanding the 80/20 Principle  By : Tristan Loo
    Many of us work hard, but gain little in the way of success. This is because those people fail to understand the 80/20 principle.
  • Why Does Work Not Get Done?  By : Helmut Flasch
    There are perhaps as many reasons why work does not get done as there are unfinished tasks laying around. Work not getting done, even in a small business, over a lifetime means millions of dollars lost.
  • Mentoring with a Mission  By : Kimberly King
    Being a strong and effective mentor requires very specific behaviors. Most of the time we tell our Supervisors to "go coach" but we do not observe their coaching to determine if they are demonstrating the behaviors that will drive change. Focus on the behaviors of your Mentors and you will change the results of your businesss!
  • The Art of Delegation  By : Graeme Nichol
    Delegation makes you a success. How are you doing at it?
  • Delegation For Managers: What Should You Do And What Should You Delegate?  By : Anna Johnson
    Finally, A Simple Approach Managers Can Use To Determine Who Does What... Including What They Do (And Don't Do)
  • Your Unsung Hero, Your Assistant  By : Dana Wallert
    Whether you call them your administrative assistants, your secretaries, your executive assistants or your right hand person, do you realize how much they really contribute to your business?
  • Hands Off Management - Frying Pan, Fire or Neither?  By : Martin Haworth
    How tempting is it to fix things? You know, you are passing by one of your teams cubicles and they are doing something you know all about. So you give a hand...
  • Influence People with these 5 Simple Steps  By : Peter Murphy
    The following outlines the steps to take to influence people. You can use these steps no matter what you are trying to change their minds about.
  • Hey - Just Do It  By : Martin Haworth
    There can be many frustrations in business and more especially in management.

    In this little article, we'll explore more about JDI and how this weekend, it made a magnificent difference to a small town on the Scottish/English borders
  • We Need More Managers... Not Leaders!  By : Anna Johnson
    While "Leaders" Provide Vision and Inspiration... It's Managers Who Get The Work Done
  • 10 Steps When You Need Help in Your Business  By : Martin Haworth
    You start off alone. Be it as a solo business owner or a manager looking after a part of a larger business. It gets busier, you get distracted from what you want to do, because there's only one of you and you've only got one pair of hands.

    So you need to find help...
  • Making it Happen  By : Martin Haworth
    How frustrating is it when things progress slowly?

    When you end up coming back to people and they haven't got on with things like you expected.

    And sometimes it seems to be the same people who you have this problem with.

    Read on for what happens next...
  • Managing Your Boss - Taking the Initiaitve  By : Martin Haworth
    Building relationships is vital in business. When you are employed and have a boss it's even more critical, because you have an incentive to get the best from your boss - and the onus is on you.

    For bosses, try on this as a set of expectations your people have from you...
  • Time to Stop Yourself Doing Everything in Your Business  By : Martin Haworth
    You've been there and done it. You've got the tee-shirt and your experiences mean that you can cut so many corners.

    So you do. It's easier. You respond to all the requests, questions, challenges and mistakes of your people...

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