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.
What techniques do you use to manage your time? How can you maximise your time better and more effectively? This has to be the million dollar question. Here are five tips on how to manage your time more effectively.
November 4, 2009 58 Reads share
In another post, I discussed the problems home workers have with getting out of the house “I’m at home, get me out of here!”. One major aspect of working from the home is the clear distinction between work and non-work related tasks.
November 4, 2009 40 Reads share
Your partner/spouse has a “normal” job, travelling to and from work. You, on the other hand work from the home, within those same four walls, day in, day out. What happens by the time the weekend comes along?
November 3, 2009 89 Reads share
There is no doubt that a CV still has a role to play in job hunting. Are you hiding behing your CV? If so you could be limiting your job hunting initiatives. Make yourself visible and enhance your job hunting.
November 3, 2009 90 Reads share
There is no easy route to sourcing a new job as I believe the harder you work the luckier you get. If you are working hard you may as well work smart. It is time to switch on the lights to see what you are doing!!
October 30, 2009 64 Reads share
What is it about a fresh start that brings out the extremes in us? Whether a new year, a new job or hobby, even a new home.
We start with great intentions and enthusiasm for our adventure.
October 29, 2009 42 Reads share
Networking is a necessity for a jobseeker in today’s challenging marketplace. Over 50% of all jobs in Ireland are now being filled through networking and recommendations.
A mentor of mine recently made a comment which made me sit up and take note. “Greg he said...your business looks great.....
October 27, 2009 49 Reads share
It is important for jobseekers to realise that it is not the tool but the application of the tool that delivers the results. Jobseekers need to understand the tool but more importantly develop a strategy about how they are going to use to tool to deliver results.
October 22, 2009 40 Reads share
Describing a “what is Leadership?” can prove a challenge for a great many organisations. Unfortunately nowadays, leaders are expected to lead without ever being afforded the time to investigate what it means to lead.
October 22, 2009 45 Reads share
The average small business owner can be found renting an office or office space in a town (urban) or on the town’s periphery (rurban). Another type of business owner is the entrepreneur working from home in a rural...
October 21, 2009 39 Reads share