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  When Bad Bosses Happen To Good Employees
by Jeanne Knight - Oct, 2008
Chances are good that at some point in your career you will intersect with a bad boss. From middle management to CEOs, bosses who lack managerial, communication, and/or people skills exist in every level of business. Further, in these times when companies are driven by a challenging economy to run leaner operations, pressure can push even good bosses to stress-induced behaviors that create a poor working environment. There’...
 
  Three Actions to Reverse a Declining Brand
by Dwain Celistan - Sep, 2008
One of the most exciting opportunities for a marketing leader is making a positive difference. A tangible means of measuring your impact is to reverse negative business trends. This shares learning from one of several business reversals that I've led. In this instance, the example is a confectionery product. The brand was a long term consumer favorite, particularly in the movie theatres. However, over time, cost savings and...
 
  As If They Were You
by Nan S. Russell - Aug, 2008
"Treat everybody else as if they were you." These words gave me pause. I wonder what it would be like if we each did what this "unknown author" is advocating? Would she still have abandoned her station at the airport fast food restaurant to get a fork and share a pastry with her friend while her customers waited if she followed this adage? Would he still have sat by the window of the plane with his feet on the seat and kne...
 
  Teambuilding Makes Your Organization Stronger
by Mary G. White - Aug, 2008
What makes a group of people who work together function as a team? Just because people are employed by the same company does not mean that they see themselves as a team or that they engage in teamwork. It's a fact that working together is not the same thing as teamwork. It’s important for managers to understand the difference between the work of teams and the concept of teamwork. When the people who work for your organizati...
 
  Identify Workforce Skill Gaps With Needs Assessment
by Randall Olson - Aug, 2008
As a small business owner, it's important to take proactive steps toward making sure that your employees are ready and able to handle the technological and environmental changes that are likely to impact your business. It's important to remember that employee training doesn't stop with your new hire orientation procedures. Organizational training needs are ongoing, particularly in the rapidly changing 21st century workforce....
 
  Is Your Workplace Safe?
by Randall Olson - Aug, 2008
Have you taken the appropriate steps to make sure that your workplace complies with all necessary OSHA regulations? As an employer, you have a duty to make sure that you are providing a save working environment for your employees. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration has very specific regulations and standards, and it's your responsibility to make sure that your organization is compliant. One of the most impor...
 
  The Importance of Disaster Recovery Plans for Small Businesses
by Randall Olson - Aug, 2008
Disasters can strike any time or anywhere, and they can impact businesses of all sizes. Small business owners who think they don't need disaster recovery plans are likely to find themselves struggling to recover in the event of a natural, economic, or other type of disaster. The purpose of a disaster recovery plan is to spell out the actions that should be taken to protect the interests of the business, its employees, and...
 
  What A 4-Year Old Can Teach You About Managing Your Boss
by J.T. O'Donnell - Aug, 2008
I had a revelation last week: my 4-year old daughter is gifted at managing up. Does she work? No - but as I see it, right now, I’m the boss and she’s an employee in our family firm. And I’ve noticed that she’s become quite adept at getting what she wants from upper management. Please know, I’m no push-over. I stand my ground on the important issues like ‘no popsicles for breakfast’ and ‘socks are not optional when it’s 2 degre...
 
  The Business Results of Coaching
by Marshall Brown - Aug, 2008
Without a doubt, coaching is the hottest approach to enhancing the performance of the people in an enterprise—whether it’s teams of coaches working with managers in an association, Fortune 500 company, transition coaching for new C-level executive hires, or coaches working with the owners of small businesses or sole proprietorships. It is clear from the increasing acceptance and investment in coaching, among the broad spectrum...
 
  Stress Management for Optimum Performance (Part One)
by Liz Bywater, PhD - Aug, 2008
Stress. It's a fact of life for today's busy executives, managers, and independent business owners. And that isn't entirely a bad thing. After all, without some degree of stress, we might not have the motivation needed for getting things done. No pressures, no deadlines, no real urgency to act. On the other hand, too much stress can dampen performance in a big way. When pressure mounts to excess, even moderate demands can...
 
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