Management

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As a manager, you likely know that your presence is required to empower your team to succeed. You’re one step ahead if you are involved in the daily workings of your department and keep up with face-to-face time with your staff. You also probably realise that the way you communicate with your staff mem...
Every organisation needs to consider risks that can threaten its existence. From natural disasters to lawsuits to technology malfunctions, there are many factors that can influence a company’s productivity. Do you have insurance to cover these possible incidents; if so, do you have sufficient coverage?...
Once you have advanced to a leadership position, you have a choice to make: do you want to be a strong or weak manager? Remember that no position is guaranteed, and that as a boss, you must not only answer for your individual success, but the success of your group. That is largely determined by […...
Values are important in both our personal and professional lives. It’s imperative for company owners and senior management to work together to develop specific values for an organisation. Values not only shape the corporate culture, but provide a type of blueprint that employees must follow to represen...
While many of us want to climb the corporate ladder, a large majority don’t really know what will greet us when we finally arrive. While you may think your supervisor is a dud and believe that you would make a better leader, the truth is that being a manager is not all delegating and creativity [&helli...
No one likes to be left behind, which is especially important to any business. When there is high employee turnover, it is bad for morale, as the remaining staff members feel like they can never form meaningful relationships with their colleagues since they are constantly leaving. Furthermore, workers mu...
If you are just starting out as a first time manager, you may be justifiably nervous about your new role. It may be difficult to know what type of leader you want to be – more autocratic or democratic – or what communication style would be most appropriate for your new team. There are so [&he...
Change is ever present in today’s professional world; however, many organisations are not prepared to handle change properly. The marketplace may be demanding change, and executives may try to initiate it in the form of new services or products or streamlined operations, but that may be mishandled, cau...
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