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Safety culture: Sustaining the strategy
Know how the boss thinks and acts when it comes to the welfare of the people within the organization. Only then can you prepare your support of that strategy. Read more

Minimize employee stresses
Getting people to do the jobs for which they were hired is a major challenge for any firm. Just when you get employees trained, they leave for another job; they feel you are picking on them; or they want time off to solve personal problems. What can an owner/ manager do to get an honest day's work for an honest day's pay? Read more

Creating Time... 3 Proven Principles to Make it Happen for You
Have you ever wondered why some people consistently accomplish more than others with the same amount of time? Every person has the same 24 hours in a day, yet some seem to have more time and fewer excuses about what they couldn´t accomplish. What separates winners from whiners in business? It is their use of time. Read more

How Your Peers Handle Hot Skills, Compression & Sheer Lack of Money
The biggest compensation problem faced by HR professionals remains salary compression. It developed during the boom years and has lingered on like a bad hangover. Considering the current economic situation, it won't be easy to fix, since there is little money now to throw at the problem. Altogether, nearly 20% of HR professionals said that salary compression is their single biggest headache. Read more

Training is the preferred medium for organizational growth
On its face, corporate training is dysfunctional. Someone, often from outside the company, is brought inside to provide active insights on improvement, most often of the bottom line. Read more

How To Get Senior Management Buy-In
When clients and executives ask me how to gain top management attention, I usually make a simple comparison: CEOs or top managers are like little boys: to attract their attention, you have to wave a fire truck in front of them, and if you ask them if they prefer A or B, they´ll say "both."

These two examples illustrate how difficult it can be to please your senior management. Read more

Surround Yourself With High Quality Employees
Business is a team sport. Even though one person usually gets the credit or the blame, the quality of the supporting cast usually determines who wins the game. Read more

Managing Difficult People
Managers deal with a wide range of personalities. Most people are cooperative and reasonable. However, some employees are very difficult to be around and work with. Read more

20 COVER LETTER BLUNDERS TO AVOID
There are certain errors that promise to diminish your hard work of writing a cover letter. From typographical mishaps to erroneous employer information, all mistakes have a negative impact on the application process. Serious errors will land your application in the wastebasket. Be forewarned: Carefully read your cover letter at least twice. Read more

Small Companies Can Develop Productive Recruiting Programs
Smaller firms, especially those without a Personnel Department, face significant problems in attracting producers. More than in big firms, each employee plays a critical, if not vital role, in shaping the future of the company.
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Building Leaders at All Levels
In an unpredictable economy, companies that have a network of leaders throughout the organization are the ones most likely to thrive. Employees who are given the opportunity to develop leadership skills are more inclined to take responsibility and feel pride in their work. When they are empowered to make decisions and be accountable for their actions, potential leaders take ownership in the success of the company, and often become superior performers. Read more

Coaching In Workplace Mediation
Coaching others to use Managerial Mediation* and Self Mediation* is a relatively simple and intuitive four-step process. Read more

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