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The Time a Weak Employee Excelled

The Time a Weak Employee Excelled

Some of the best work I’ve ever seen came from an under-performing employee. This is the motivational story about employee engagement and what I learnt from it. At the end I tie it back to actions that you the manager can do to reduce your workload and get better performance from your staff.

How to do What You Love

How to do What You Love

As the saying goes: If you love what you do, you will never do a day of work in your life.

More and more we are hearing people tell us to follow our passions. The way to workplace happiness is to do what we love instead of getting a “McJob”. But this isn’t working, just look at how many people are unhappy at work. Look how many people just can’t get a job, let alone their dream job of being a Caribbean Island holiday tester. So I’m going to tell you how I think you can be happier at work. And how a manager can help their employees to find job satisfaction and thereby increase employee engagement and staff retention

The 7 Keys to Self-Development

The 7 Keys to Self-Development

Self-development is something we all SHOUL do. These 7 keys will help you to turn the “should” into done.

What are the 6 Things That You Should not be Doing as a Manager

What are the 6 Things That You Should not be Doing as a Manager

Managers have too many things on their to do list to finish in a day. The key is delegating the right things to your staff so you can focus on what is important. Includes a free Delegation Worksheet.

What is the Difference Between Good and Bad Staff?

What is the Difference Between Good and Bad Staff?

Which staff member would you choose? 

I want to tell you about a story about Nadia and Diana who both work at the front desk of a company just like yours. But his isn’t any story because there is a twist at the end and I will tell you how you can get good staff.

The Open Secret About What’s Wrong With Training

The Open Secret About What’s Wrong With Training

the reason you spend money on training your staff is so that they learn new skills they actually put into use by becoming better or faster in their jobs.

YOUR Power Hour™ How to Invest in Yourself

YOUR Power Hour™ How to Invest in Yourself

This is THE BEST method to ensure you develop your skills. And it only takes five minutes to start. If you don’t believe me, then start your timer now and see what you will have achieved by the bottom of the page: