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.

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Management

Stuck on the M50 of the job market

I coined the phrase a number of years back “M50 of the job market” to describe how I viewed targeting advertised jobs in the current job market. My comparison was very evident during a radio interview this morning (Wed 19th) on Newstalk when the MD of Eirgrid revealed they received 1000 calls in one afternoon for jobs announced back in 2009.
May 20, 2010 2,107 Reads share

Management

Leaving on a High

For many of us one of the most stressful and traumatic things that can happen in our life is being made redundant. Maybe a controlled explosion is the way to go to release these feelings?
May 7, 2010 1,453 Reads share

Management

Is beauty only skin deep?

A few weeks ago I submitted a post on the correlation between confidence and success, and was surprised to find how many responded and expanded on this concept. This post is a follow up as such, and discusses the impact of beauty in the world and how it affects our success rate and confidence levels.
April 30, 2010 1,886 Reads share

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How to retain people at work

While meditating on the issue of retaining and attracting people, I realised, that every organisation in every industry is facing the similar problem in the background of this truth, that the world is fast changing...
March 30, 2010 1,359 Reads share

Management

Less Mess = Less Stress

A clean and tidy desk will reduce stress and boost good time management. Some study suggests that about 15% of our time is wasted looking for misplaced files, paperwork or that post it that you scribbled someone’s phones number or email address on.
March 29, 2010 1,703 Reads share