Monthly Archives: December 2016

Managers – Leave That Meeting and Socialize in the Cafeteria

If your business has a company cafeteria, my guess is that you have become aware of these mistakes that many managers make: ONE: Thinking that they can’t get away from meetings for thirty to forty-five minutes, they continue to meet … Continue reading

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CEO Legends and The Realities Working Under Them

There has been a lot of talk about leadership styles in 2016, especially after Donald Trump won the election for President of the United States. Most people think his leadership is somewhere between the Art of the Deal (younger Trump) … Continue reading

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Decision-Making During Turbulent Times

Abraham Lincoln, the former American president, is probably at the epitome as a ‘decision-maker’. He led his decisions like he meant them. However, in today’s world things are way too different. Due to various factors like evolving markets, technology changes, … Continue reading

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Secrets of Project Companies: How to Make Your Project Successful

Project management is one of the most interesting and, at the same time, most complicated areas of business. Managing of employees in a project has its own specific features and differs from managing of full-time workers. It would be fair … Continue reading

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Motivation and Your Achilles’ Heel

Most managers and leaders are very keen to learn what motivates their employees; and for a good reason. If we understand that then we might be able to reward and incentivise them appropriately and this could have – would have … Continue reading

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