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Key Benefits Of Giving Feedback – For Everyone

January 17, 2010 | By

When we hear those dreaded words ‘Would you like some feedback?’, it can drive fear through our hearts. Yet there are definite benefits to gain, once it’s a tactic that everyone gets used to… Through learning how well we do and where we can get better, in a culture that is supportive and encouraging, the […]

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Delegation – The Most Vital Role For Every Manager

January 16, 2010 | By

As a manager, it’s useful to understand what delegation is and how valuable it can be for you. In fact, any business is usually run by managers operating at various levels who all need to delegate authority and tasks to their team members, so that they themselves can handle more relevant activities. Some tasks are […]

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Cranking Up The Benefits of Meetings

January 15, 2010 | By

With the negative press they get, who would have thought there was much value to glean from meetings. Yet, when you look at the possibilities, there are many positives to gain, when you know how… Let’s be clear, there are different sorts of meetings. We’ve all been to the ones that drive us crazy. Nothing […]

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Results – A Manager’s Only Bottom Line

January 14, 2010 | By

The most fascinating component for any manager is the consistent focus on getting the job done. And the only way to measure this is through the results that show up where it counts… Let’s get this clear, whether you are in a huge organization, managing a large team, or running your own business with just […]

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Handling Workplace Relationship-Building Challenges

January 13, 2010 | By

All managers recognize that it is vital to create effective relationships with their employees. The hurdles in delivering the most productive interactions come thick and fast… It’s a clear fact of life in the workplace, whatever the industry, when you work with individuals as their manager, supervisor or any other sort of leader, there are […]

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Successfully Introducing and Managing Business Change

January 12, 2010 | By | Add a Comment

Change is a fact of life. Managing change brings challenges for even the most experienced of managers, yet it’s how it’s handled that can shape a career. How we take on board the changes that are expected of us when we manage others, can have a significant impact on the way that our people react […]

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Five Steps to Effective Feedback

January 11, 2010 | By

You might be surprised how effective feedback can be to your team, but you have to get on and do it, so here’s some great tips! Five Steps To Giving Feedback View more presentations from miltonpat. Share this:

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Identifying Key Workplace Relationships

January 11, 2010 | By

There are many different relationships that managers forge in the workplace. Whilst some may seem to be much more important than others, in many ways, every single one is just as important as another. Managing is a people thing. To get the best from every one of your relationships will require efforts to ensure that […]

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Asking The Right Sort of Questions

January 10, 2010 | By | Add a Comment

To create great conversations, we need to engage fully with those we want to talk with. There are tactics that anyone can use to draw out the information that is so valuable, as well as showing an interest in the individual on the other side. It’s not that difficult. There are several sorts of questions […]

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It’s Not Them, It’s You

January 10, 2010 | By | Add a Comment

Author: Mary Jo Asmus You’re leading a monthly meeting. You’ve asked your team members to provide their input on a topic. Unlike your teenager who at least shrugs his shoulders (or says “I don’t know”) when you ask for his opinion, you get silent stares from your team. What could be going on? Are your […]

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