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  Improving Productivity…Really!
by Dr. Wendell Williams - Sep, 2007
It's all about management Decreasing turnover and increasing productivity can be a natty problem. Solutions usually come in one strength: weak. That is, incentive programs, public awards, and social get-togethers generally fail to make a long-term financial impression. I won't claim that employee appreciation programs aren't a nice touch; after all, everyone wants to feel appreciated. But such recognition does not solve...
  The New Fundraising: What it Takes to Succeed in the Era of the Social Entrepreneur
by Nadia Prescott - Sep, 2007
Philanthropy today is a business. You want to be recognized as a social entrepreneur in your industry, and become known as an organization that can flaunt its accomplishments and promote its accountability. You must combine the passion for your cause with the courage to act quickly and effectively using new business skills and discipline. You must be proactive instead of reactive. Rewards from a vast new funding pool await...
  Three Keys to Employee Engagement
by Nina McGuffin - Sep, 2007
Summer is one of my favorite seasons. I enjoy being active and making more time for outdoor exercise. It reminds me of how important it is to be fully engaged in whatever I am doing. There’s a lot of talk these days about employee engagement - increasing the amount of discretionary effort that employees give to their work. Research shows that if we improve the quality of each person’s inner experience while they are on...
  How Do You Develop Leaders? Practice, Practice, Practice
by Dr. Maynard Brusman - Sep, 2007
Leadership isn’t just for leaders anymore. Top companies are beginning to understand that sustaining peak performance requires a commitment to developing leaders at all levels. Management experts Drs. Paul Hersey and Kenneth Blanchard have defined leadership as “working with and through others to achieve objectives.” To meet the demands of today’s fast-paced and competitive business environment, people at all levels are bei...
  Managing Yourself: Are You Ready for a Coach?
by Dr. Maynard Brusman - Sep, 2007
The world of work is changing, and fast. Having a successful career means continually learning and adapting to rapidly evolving environments. It’s your responsibility to manage and build on your intellectual capital and adapt to new challenges in your industry. To identify the best career move, you need to develop your capacity to self-assess honestly and be willing to learn new skills and concepts. You can’t do it alone...
  Things That Get in the Way of Executive Coaching
by Dr. Maynard Brusman - Sep, 2007
The following article is based on the book Your Executive Coaching Solution: Getting Maximum Benefit from the Coaching Experience, by Joan Kofodimos, Davies-Black Publishing, 2007. Too many executives receive poor or no coaching. They miss opportunities to become more effective in their positions of influence and are often denied promotions they deserve. Some leaders struggle in their careers, failing to recognize that h...
  Creating a QBQ! Culture
by John G. Miller - Aug, 2007
I've been in the training industry since 1986 and have heard many discussions about organizational "culture" — and lots of definitions of what it is: "The way we do things." "Shared values." "Accepted norms of behavior." "How we talk to and treat each other." I don't know what the right definition is, but one exercise we at QBQ, Inc. like to take teams through is to allow them to describe their current culture — let's...
  The QBQ! Manager
by John G. Miller - Aug, 2007
People do not come to work to fail. How do you feel about that statement? Agree? Challenged by it? Wondering what it means? In our work at QBQ, Inc., we find that the most effective people managers live by this belief. Holding this close to one's heart enhances our view of the people we manage and thus enables us to be more effective managers. Essentially, it means the QBQ! (The Question Behind the Question) Manager be...
  Communications Doesn’t End When You Finish Delivering Your Message!
by Eva Jenkins - Aug, 2007
Seeking success, companies spend millions on fine-tuning their corporate message, but often fail to train the messengers who deliver it. Business Growth Consultant, Eva Jenkins explores how effective communication bridges the gap between corporate intention and employee action. You can get an education, work hard, and dress for success, but without carefully cultivated ‘people skills,’ it’s unlikely that you’ll get very f...
  Why Your Employees Don't Care Whether Your Company Succeeds
by Tim Kelley - Aug, 2007
More often than I'd like, I find myself telling clients, "Your employees don't care whether your company succeeds." A bold and provocative statement. "Wait," they say, "they depend on me and my company. They need their paychecks, their benefits, their jobs." Probably true, but that doesn't mean that they actually care. Engagement is the issue. Employees are there, they are doing things, accomplishing tasks, even busy....
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