Management

Business management is part art and part science with a sprinkle of insanity. As a leader, you need to form the bedrock for your team. You do that by being consistent, reliable and available. These articles on TYB are designed to help you become a better leader everyday by feeding you a constant diet of business wisdom from people that have been there, done that and succeeded.

Management

Why are the first 100 days so important?

The first 100 days in a new role are important for many reasons, they are periods of great opportunity but also risk, actions or decisions taken in this period can have far reaching consequences, they establish a foundation...
February 3, 2010 946 Reads share

Management

A Holiday? Are You Mad?

Holidays/Vacations are an important aspect to our working lives, yet many choose not to go on them to the detriment of themselves and their businesses.
January 27, 2010 632 Reads share

Management

The Sweet Refreshing and Satisfying Taste of Redundancy?

As a Career Coach I am always looking out for the latest and most creative material that will benefit my clients. So I spend a lot of time reading books and blogs from around the world. I was very excited last week when I finally received the much anticipated “Lemonade” movie in the post.
January 22, 2010 639 Reads share
How to Manage the Most Difficult Employees

Management

Don’t talk to me about creativity, I’ve got a business to run

When times are hard and money is tight, I hear this often. The belt-tightening process seems to automatically result in ditching the creative. It’s ironic, because when anyone starts a new business, it surely springs from a creative inspiration. So, why is it that the very thing that inspired the whole thing is seen as expendable?
January 21, 2010 805 Reads share

Management

Are you perceived as being responsive?

I once used the labelled of “non-responsive” for those I knew I needed to "track and follow-up" in order see a commitment carried out. I now know what creates this perception and how to be more effective in these situations.
January 13, 2010 653 Reads share