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How Can They Meet Your Expectations If They Don't Know What They Are?
  By: Paul Phillips
Managing people can sometimes be very rewarding and sometimes frustrating. If we look back we may find the rewarding times were when people met, or exceeded, our expectations. Sometimes they did this without even knowing what they were! How can we make this happen more often?

How to Host a Fun & Productive Staff Retreat
  By: Lisa Simmons
Holding staff retreats that are well planned & done regularly can provide tremendous benefits to you & your team. Here's how to do it.

How to Manage Resignations Effectively
  By: Jack Hogan

Employees resign for many different reasons and most of the time it is out of your hands - when someone is relocating to another country to pursue their passion for wine tasting there's very little you can do about it except wish them luck.


How To Manage The Problem Manager
  By: Timi Ogunjobi
It is not a rare occurrence to find people in the wrong job or profession. One reason could be that they just love the social attributes of the job. Some are in the job because they have not been able to get anything better. Others may be on a job because it is the "family business", and they feel compelled to follow it. Many others begin a work history with the first job they can get and just stay in that industry forever. Your problem manager is defined as a product of one or a combination of the foregoing motives.

How to Use Your Company's Employee Manual as a Business Development Tool
  By: Jack Deal
The Employee Manual is another one of those 'groan' topics that everyone gives a sigh and throws up their hands on. Just the mention elicits a painful response. But it's not all that painful.

Human Resources: Strategic Business Partner
  By: Jeannie Moravits Smith

Human Resources, with its diverse internal and external customer base, the ability to touch all levels of the organization and the legendary understanding of the organization's environment couldn't be more suited for the critical role of a strategic business partner.


If You Call a Salesman a Consultant Don't Expect Him to Sell Anything
  By: John Malmo
Let's return to a policy of using titles to identify to the bearer and recipient of a business card what the bearer's job is.

Is Pay Important? - Yes If You Get It Wrong
  By: Paul Phillips
Time invested in establishing and managing a salary system provides significant benefits to a business as it frees up managers and their staff to focus on activities that deliver results.

Leadership is About Creating Jobs with Meaning and Purpose
  By: Gregory P. Smith
One core truth supercedes all backgrounds, cultures, and generations: people want to be part of an organization that has a true purpose-that means something.

Manage By Mobilizing
   Create an environment that empowers people
  By: Jody Urquhart
Are you depriving your employees of the opportunity to excel? Most organizations revolve around the manager as controller model but attempts to control people's behavior can cause resentment. As Peter Druker says, "A leader's job is to make people's strengths effective and their weaknesses irrelevant."

Managing Behavioral Styles
  By: Paula Switzer

How do you handle the differences in style among your employees? Do you wonder how to motivate someone who seems not to care? Are you dismayed when your management style seems to work with a few beautifully, but misses the mark with others?


Managing Upward: Creating Working Partnerships
  By: Patti Hathaway
Learn to manage yourself in ways to better manage those above you.

Morale Problem? Look in the Mirror
  By: Jim Clemmer
Creating the conditions for self-motivations leads to satisfied employees producing satisfied customers.

Recruitment and Retention Strategies
   How to Attract, Keep and Motivate Today's Workforce
  By: Gregory P. Smith

Employers face major challenges when they consider the increasing difficulty of finding skilled people, a younger workforce with different attitudes about work, and a growing population of older workers heading toward retirement.A recent study shows 85% of HR executives state the single greatest challenge they have in managing the workforce is their organization's inability to recruit and retain good employees and managers.


Retiring Baby Boomers: Does Your Company Have A Plan?
  By: Jeannie Moravits Smith

Baby Boomers are those people who were born between 1946 and 1964, representing 76 million individuals. The sheer magnitude of the number of births during this period has had a major impact on many aspects of our economy over the last fifty years. During the next five to ten years, we could very well experience the greatest impact our work force has ever seen.



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