Tag: Leadership and Management

4 Positive Ways to Develop Your Performance Management

May 10, 2013 | By | Add a Comment

Managing performance is one of the necessary evils of management. To get the best from your team is vital and when you lead a team, ensuring each and every one of them delivers their best work must be your primary goal. Whilst the very thought of performance management can strike fear and dread into the […]

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5 Change Management Challenges In Turbulent Times

May 3, 2013 | By | Add a Comment

More than ever before, change is becoming a normal part of the business landscape. In fact perhaps the one element of business that isn’t changing, is the amount of change that is happening. And that presents some special change management challenges for most business leaders. Over the last few years, with the dramatic changes in […]

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Top 10 Tips to Get Positive Reactions to Change in the Workplace

April 25, 2013 | By | Add a Comment

Where managers instigate or implement change, there is a strong need for making sure that they take steps to bring everyone along. This must be driven by managers themselves, for the changes they lead must engage with those who need to follow for the most value-creating outcomes to be achieved. Here are 10 top tactics […]

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The Most Important Leadership Skills In Management

April 11, 2013 | By | Add a Comment

We welcome a Guest Post today by Corporate Coach Group. Good leadership underpins good management. In most companies and organisations around the world, managers are responsible to both the company, and the people within that company. This means that, as a manager, you must possess the right skills and character traits, not only to manage, but […]

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Losing Your Best Players

October 25, 2010 | By | Add a Comment

Working with a client this week, I came across one of those situations where a manager’s emotions can get confused. I recall a training video where the manager concerned feels that if he develops his people enough, then they might be good enough to, well, get promoted and then they would leave him. And his […]

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How to Manage 14% Better

September 20, 2010 | By | Add a Comment

Many organisations now use surveys to see how they are doing. Some are focused at customers and clients, whilst others look at how the employees think their workplace is. The majority of employee surveys fell out of a brilliant piece of work by two researchers at Gallup – Curt Coffman and Marcus Buckingham – and […]

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What Do You Believe?

September 14, 2010 | By | Add a Comment

As many of us find out during the course of our management career, we can’t do it all. Yet there are times when we find the workload that we have is such that there is no-one else but ourselves who can do those parts of the work that are left to do. As managers, we […]

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Keeping Your People Happy

August 23, 2010 | By | 2 Comments

A manager’s role is to build successful teams that deliver the business. We aim to seek for higher and higher performances from those we encourage, cajole and develop. How do we keep them all happy? We strive to create refined, capable people to inhabit our teams. The results we seek cannot be delivered by us […]

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Feedback – The Most Golden of Rules

May 23, 2010 | By

It’s funny how theory comes back to get you in the end. After so many years of reminding those in positions of authority that there are some vital rules for feedback, it takes just one occasion to show the real value of the advice. It was a sunny morning in my local chain coffee-shop. The […]

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Change

December 18, 2009 | By | Add a Comment

“Pro-active change is more effective than reactive change” Share this:

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