Archive for the ‘Leadership’ Category

Today, Shelley and I peeled back the usual reserved business layers and got a little intimate about the path she has co-planned for Talking Therapy, the difficulties she has personally experienced and why she feels so strongly about its success.

It is the duty of the executive to remove anyone – and especially any manager – who consistently fails to perform with high distinction.

Virtual teams can potentially surpass collocated teams in productivity. Ensure your virtual team maintains its effectiveness by managing them appropriately.

Besides using monetary benefits, managers and business owners can use non-monetary benefits in order to engage employees and increase productivity.

Here are 7 tips to help you build a happy, motivated workforce. The best thing about them is they’re proven to work. They work for us & can work for you.

Productivity for Lawyers and Real People – Part 2. Killing the Time Vampires – Dealing with the Phone. Time Management and Productivity

A year or so ago the Harvard Business Review had an interesting article on two personality styles and the watch-outs regarding matching up pairs of people in boss/subordinate roles. They categorized people as being of two types: promoters and protectors.

The idea behind a mission statement is a noble one. It is supposed to set the guidelines for product quality, customer service, and help cast a vision to build a corporate culture. But let’s be honest: who cares! Our customers don’t care about our mission statements. Our employees most likely don’t know we have one.

Economists from universities in UK and Germany found that happier people are roughly 12% more productive than their less happy peers. Here are some tips!

PsyCap evolved through the research being done in regard to applying a positive attitude to the workplace. Remaining positive is one of the hard things you need to do to be successful.