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Effective Manager

Steve Jobs on Hiring

Steve Jobs on Hiring

Hiring the right person for the job is one of the foundational managerial skills. Find out why Steve Jobs never outsourced his recruitment process and how he only hired a team of “A-Players”. 

How to Dilbert Proof Your Company

How to Dilbert Proof Your Company

Announcing the launch of the anonymous nomination service

Do you know a manager that needs help? 

The the Dilbert cartoon, Office TV show, the workplace is sometimes comically bad. If we don't laugh we might just cry.

If You Don't Ask - You Don't Get...

How positively reinforcing good employee performance with regular positive feedback will lead to increased employee motivation and employee productivity.

Beating the Competition

Employee development through coaching is one of the best ways to improve employee skills and employee performance and productivity.

What is the Business Case on Manager Training?

What is the Business Case on Manager Training?

The importance of manager training to improve manager skills because effective managers increase employee engagement, employee performance and employee retention.

How to Build Habits

How to encourage desired employee habits and improve employee performance using regular employee feedback.

Working Hard, Going Nowhere

Effective people management means focusing on the right things to get the best results. How to improve employee performance by being an effective manager.

What Would Darwin do?

How to adapt your management style using the DISC behavior model to manage people with different personality styles and behavioral preferences

Your Management Garden

Good employer-employee relationships are the foundation for good people management, improved employee engagement and increased employee performance.

The Difference Between a Dream and a Goal

Time management tips and techniques to show you how to take back control of your time and improve your personal productivity.

Doing Nothing

How to increase employee performance and productivity by taking action. This means giving regular performance feedback, delegation and skills development.

Dealing with Problems

How to keep calm and use performance feedback to manage employee performance. Done the right way feedback is non-confrontational and delivered calmly.

Dealing with Massive Workloads

How to use task delegation to manage a heavy workload and improve your personal effectiveness as a manager.