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Codes Of Conduct - How To Make Them Worth More Than The Paper They Are Written On
  By: Ingrid Cliff
When businesses grow enough to hire employees, they often do so on a handshake type arrangement, without having thought through fully all of the implications of the deal. This person is going to be representing you and your company to your clients, will be in your premises and gain access to all of your knowledge and resources. How can you make sure that what starts out with great promise will continue to grow in a positive way and not shrivel and die?

Company/Employee Handbook as Organisational Improvement Tool
  By: Stephan Szugat
A business is only able to grow as fast as the internal organisation is able to process higher volumes of sales. But how to get an optimal internal organisation? Well, you will need to adapt your internal organisation over and over again. It's a never ending story. However, a Company/Employee Handbook could assist you to achieve the best internal business organisation.

Critical Importance of People Management
  By: Gordon L. Simpson
Many organizations profess to consider their employees their most important asset but all too often their policies, procedures and managerial practices contradict that view, thereby hurting their profitability.

Dealing with Difficult People: The Hyper Person
  By: Susan Dunn
"All the world's a stage" to the Drama Queen (or King). They seem to experience life in technicolor, while others see it in black and white.

Dealing with Difficult People: the Idealist
  By: Susan Dunn
True idealists (as defined by Keirsey) make up only about 1/10th of the population, which you may think is a good thing if you’re the hard-driven, nose-to-the-grindstone, bottom-line type. Like other "difficult" types, they can make fantastic contributions to your relationship or organization if you understand how to deal with them and their lack of practicality.

Dealing with Your Difficult People
  By: Terry Paulson
Conflict is part of every organization. How leaders deal with that conflict can produce enemies or motivated teams who embrace change. Learn 8 practical strategies you can use starting today as a leader to turn your most difficult people into team players you value.

Disaster Prevention Tips For Hiring A New Manager
  By: Lora J Adrianse
Within large companies, people are promoted to management positions to reward them for performance as individual contributors. After all, the compensation system limits reward options, so why not just promote them?

Do You Mind If Someone Screams At You?
  By: Lora J Adrianse
What could be different for you and your business if you stopped screaming and started treating people with respect and dignity? It's simply a choice you know.

Don't Wait to See the Blood
  By: Jim Clemmer
Improving personal and organizational performance without constant feedback is like trying to pin the tail on the donkey when we're blindfolded. Only through knowing where we are, can we change where we are going.

Employee Feedback - Building a Positive Workplace Culture
  By: Jennifer McCoy
What is Two-Way feedback all about anyway? Could constructive feedback really help to improve working relationships and productivity? This article draws on some of the research that highlights what's really happening in our workplaces, offers some strategies that have worked for other businesses and leaves you to draw you own conclusions. Two-Way Feedback just might be worth trying.

Employee Involvement Programs Drive Performance
  By: Gregory P. Smith
Getting employees' ideas and getting their involvement is critical in our rapidly changing world. If your company is going to be competitive, it's mandatory to involve not just hands, but the ideas from everyone in your organization.

For Swiftest Path to Recovery, Connect Your People with Your Purpose and Passion
  By: Suzanne Bates

The hangover from the economic meltdown has businesses feeling "fuzzy." Even if you've done all the right things, such as made tough decisions, cut your expenses and accelerated sales activities, you'll still likely notice a difference in the way people are talking and feeling. People are simply uncertain about precisely what to do. Perhaps they lack the focus, drive and energy that is palpable when business is booming or, worst-case scenario, perhaps things are far worse off, i.e., your firm is downright paralyzed! Your "recovery plan" may be to just tough it out and hang on for better days.


Growing Your Employees
  By: James Cavalluzzi
The importance of reinvesting in your business is no secret. A considerable amount of energy is expended in the process of finding that capable employee, but what about your current workforce?

Hannibal Lecter is Coming to the Company Picnic
  By: Gregory P. Smith
Finding and placing the right person for the right job is critical to business success. Because of the labor shortage, many businesses feel like they need to lower their standards and hire the first living body that walks through the door -- bad strategy.

Has Everyone in Your Office Been Grafted, So There’s No More Evolving?
  By: Susan Dunn
Has everyone in your office been grafted so there’s no more evolving? Let’s say the “party line” is demanded of everyone, like a graft on a plant, so eventually everyone’s thinking the same way.


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