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ASSUMPTION
Assumption means, "taking for granted" as found in The Pitman Dictionary. Read more

Affective Learning: Seeing How It Is
Overview: Often, a training program promotes understanding of and sensitivity to people or situations that are unfamiliar to participants. One of the best ways to accomplish this goal is to create an affective activity that simulates that unfamiliar person or situation. Read more

Agenda Building
When and how to use this procedure Read more

Developing The Right Attitudes
To be truly effective at delegating, you must have the right attributes and attitudes about delegation. These positive attributes, outlined below, include personal security, risk taking, a trusting nature, task-orientation, and a good degree of patience. Read more

A Fish Rots From The Head Down
You may have heard the expression that a fish rots from the head down. The top leader's job is to create the right internal climate for the organization. Organizational climate embodies the intangible feelings your people have about your organization. Research going back more than 30 years shows that you can measure a wide variety of attitudes of your workers, from job overload, to job satisfaction, to teamwork orientation. This area could be more accurately thought of as psychological climate since it really refers to the attitudes and psychology of the people in your company. Read more

Evaluating The Team Member's Role
The employee who accepts responsibility for doing a task carries the burden of seeing that the task is completed as promised. The most effective way to evaluate a team member is by comparing results with objectives. Actual results would determine if the team member succeeded. Don't let personality factors cloud your judgment. Evaluation must be objective. Read more

Are Values Baloney?
What happens when motives other than profit drive a company? Read more

Five Assumptions Of Creative Managers
The anomalies of the world fascinate me and raise fundamental questions that I ponder far into the night. For example, why is it that a team of experienced senior executives with individual IQ's
above 130 have a collective IQ of 71 when they are asked to solve a problem or to be the least bit inventive or creative? Read more

How To Overcome Resistance To Change
Change. We may not like it, but it is happening all around us. For most of us, it is uncomfortable and threatening. What are the best ways for companies to deal with the natural opposition to change? Read more

Can A Mentor Further Advance A Career?
Reflective discussions about work often help CEOs and others. Read more

A Single Key To Successful Change
As you may know, the Chinese word for crisis combines the components for both danger and opportunity. Part of the crisis opportunity is that people pull together and can accomplish great things. Read more

How strategic performance management is helping companies create business value
At most companies the business strategy is no sooner developed than t begins to lose steam. There's no mechanism to cascade and instill the strategy down through the organization and to ensure that it is actually implemented. This leaves divisions, business units, departments, and individuals to set their own priorities as best they can, whether or not these priorities are in alignment with overall strategic objectives. Read more

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