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Management

Do Your Employees Trust Your HR Department?

In the American TV show The Office, manager Michael Scott loathes Toby Flenderson, the mild-mannered HR representative, because he perceives Toby as stopping him from doing the things he wants to do. In real-life work environments, it’s not usually managers who believe HR is against them; it’s line workers. A 2016 Edelman study found that almost […]
2 weeks ago 94 Reads share

Growth

Top 5 Things to Do If Your B2B Marketing Plan Isn’t Working 

As advantageous B2B marketing can be over other marketing plans it often comes with a risk of losing out on the selected few companies which are your prospects.  Convincing a small audience is easier than convincing the masses but what if your plan doesn’t work out? This can be disastrous because there is a limited […]
October 20, 2017 394 Reads share

Management

Finding The Best Employees: Educated Or Not

As a small business owner, it can be a challenge finding just the right employees. What's the right fit? How much background should they have? Too much education or too little? Can they be over qualified, or not qualified enough?
November 26, 2013 323 Reads share

Management

Turning Employees From Liabilities To Assets

As business owners and leaders, we have a choice to make at the end of the day. We can treat employees like liabilities, waiting for them to make a mistake so that we can pounce. Or, we can turn them into assets, by treating them with a firm but fair hand, empowering them to do their job, and then holding them accountable for their actions, either good or bad
November 14, 2013 353 Reads share

Management

Managing To Get The Very Best From Your People

Workforce alignment requires that you have the right types of people, in the right places at the right times, doing the right things right. We will discuss how to get your employees in the right places at the right times by managing them effectively.
January 10, 2012 452 Reads share
Combining Social Media and Analog Marketing Techniques to Inspire Customer Empathy

Management

Business Process Management TRIQS

If you're in business you have one objective: to sell what you have for more than it costs. The greater the wedge you can drive between those two variables - sales/costs - the greater the return.
March 21, 2011 267 Reads share