The traditional definition of span of control is “the number of people who report to one manager in a hierarchy. The more people under the control of one manager – the wider the span of control. Less means a narrower span of control.”
Archive for the ‘Self- development’ Category
More and more in recent times I’ve found myself turning the notion of business failure over in my mind. Mainly because, even at the pinnacle moments of success, we all still have that little pinch or pang of fear that it might just go wrong. In some respects, this isn’t always a bad thing – indeed I would be an advocate of nurturing a little edginess to stay sharp... however, the extreme fear factor is one to watch.
This article relates how knowledge of a leader’s DISC Index tendencies can assist in understanding how to develop eight effective employee motivation tips.
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Time Management is a contradiction in itself! It is also a myth! Two dangerous statements I often make during training […]
“Oh no! It’s that time of year. The people in human resources want my employee performance reviews within the next […]
Recently I sat down with Jay Niblick, author of the best-selling book What’s Your Genius – How the Best Think […]
Recently I sat down with Jay Niblick, author of the best-selling book What’s Your Genius – How the Best Think for Success in the New Economy and the Owner of Innermetrix, Inc., to talk about the two significant concepts within What’s Your Genius. This is the first of a two-part interview.
Basic human needs are the fundamental aspects of human nature. Values, beliefs, and customs differ from country to country and […]
Continuous Self Development is where individuals commit themselves to improving their knowledge and understanding throughout their careers. In this article we will look at why it is important for organisations to encourage personal development.