Employees and their managers view training from different perspectives, and recent surveys highlight the strategies necessary for training initiatives to consistently produce a measurable impact on loyalty and productivity. Many managers believe employees are overwhelmed with current responsibilities and generally uninterested in new training activities. They say time is short, budgets are limited and there is no point to providing… Read more →
Do more than look – Observe Do more than see – Experience Do more than reach – Grow Do more than read – Absorb Do more than hear – Listen Do more than listen – Understand Do more than think – Reflect Do more than talk – Relate Do more than work – Succeed!
Give positive spoken communication. It costs you nothing but a little effort, and the rewards are great. Every human contact is an opportunity to give the gift of good feelings through the words you say. People can’t read your mind; what you say is evidence that you care.
A good friend of mine recommended that I read, ‘Strategy and the Fat Smoker’ by David Maister, while we were discussing business management issues one day. Intrigued by the title, I “googled” it and became more interested in the book. It’s available on Kindle, so I got a copy straight away and started to read. Once I started, I could… Read more →
Do you ever feel you need an attitude adjustment? Day in and day out, attitudes are one thing that leaders, managers and individuals find themselves having to deal with. All of us have had situations where an attitude was not only the cause of frustration, but also turmoil within an organization. How many times have you seen an attitude dealt… Read more →
If you’ve ever been appalled to realize how little you have accomplished at the end of a busy week, try the following to help get your work life in working order. For just two weeks, do the following during your normal workday: look for something more to do when your present assignment is finished; stay with a job when others… Read more →