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5 Tips To Avoid Micromanaging

24th January 2012
Micromanaging is one of the most unpleasant traits any manager can have, and the worst thing about it is that the majority of people do not even know that they are doing it. If you are a manager, the first thing that you need to do is to work out if your ... Read >
Author: Leigh Dorling

Make Money Online By Starting Your Own Internet Business

09th January 2012
In this article today I will be talking about how you can make money online by starting your own internet business. I will take you through a quick walkthrough on how to set up your own internet business. At the end of the article I will leave a link to o... Read >
Author: Aasiyah

Using Humor in the Workplace

22nd November 2011
Fact: Laughter is the number one stress reliever. Ask anyone what helps them get over stress and the answer will always be the same: humor. Itís no wonder, then, that humor is a tool often used in one of the most stressful day-to-day settings, the workpla... Read >
Author: A.Kelly

Overcoming Sales Objections

30th May 2011
This generalisation has persisted because it has been passed down from trainers and managers to sales people who don't want to question their superiors and people seen as experts in a corporate organisation. Questioning long held beliefs and the people wh... Read >
Author: Bryon Mccormick

Managing Difficult Sales people

18th May 2011
Sales Managers who are faced with the common dilemma described below are given the following advice by management training experts. Suppose on your sales team you have on your a very talented sales person that you can't do without. The problem is that... Read >
Author: Richard Stone

How Call Center Agents Are Trained

15th March 2011
There are several training methods for call center agents. Itís not enough for a call center representative to be an excellent conversationalist. He or she must also know every detail regarding the products and services of the company he or she is working... Read >
Author: soniaroody

Nursing Assistant Problems

12th November 2010
Fatigue, feeling overwhelmed and eventually lose motivation is a state that is often experienced by nursing assistants. At first, they feel that being a nursing assistant is the right thing. And indeed, the people who decide to pursue a career in the medi... Read >
Author: Health Association

Discover The Causing Factors Of Borderline Personality Disorder Abandonment

12th October 2010
Is Borderline Personality Disorder Abandonment a mystery to you and attempting to grasp its triggering factors? To get started with, BPD is a mental disease which signifies that it is caused by the hindering ways we see and interpret ourselves and othe... Read >
Author: michaelweisz

Issues Facing the Nurses and Nursing Profession

06th August 2010
Nurses are one of the most in-demand health care practitioners in the world. Studies show that the nursing profession exceeds the limit of the human mind and body. For this reason, it is not surprising that the profession is faced with various problems th... Read >
Author: Karen Williams

360 Degree performance appraisal - pro's and con's

04th July 2010
360 degree performance appraisal represents the method developed to improve performance at our work spot. The 360 degree performance method is mainly linked to human resources. Either easy or complicated, techniques are used to examine employee's activiti... Read >
Author: Adrian Alexa

Tips For Managing Your First Three Months As A New Sales Manager

14th June 2010
The first few months for any one entering a new management position is daunting at the best of times. Even those lucky enough to be supported with management training will find it challenging. This is particularly true for sales people being promoted to s... Read >
Author: Richard Stone

Performance Review Examples: Taking Advantage of Identified Strengths

13th April 2010
If you've looked up your share of good performance review examples on the internet you should already have noticed that most of them highlight the strengths and weaknesses of employees reviewed. You probably get that doing so is important; but why? Why is... Read >
Author: Gerry Walter

Employee Empowerment

06th June 2009
Team building and developing human capacity are two key elements of achieving employee empowerment. In addition to confidence and skill to undertake new and increasingly challenging assignments, team members also need opportunities for growth and devel... Read >
Author: Majlinda

Why DO People Get So Bored

05th June 2009
Why do we get so bored ? Probably we'll answer the biological call for social interaction or so that we wouldn't even bare the thought of us being "alone", "solitaire", "depressed", "sad" and "frustrated" - these feelings arise sometimes when people are b... Read >
Author: Jest Staffel

How to Be a Good Leader

15th October 2008
To become a Good leader the most important requirement is that you should have a goal, a motto or a mission in life. You should hold the beliefs close to your and believe in them so strongly that you would be ready to do ything possible to see them fulfil... Read >
Author: Rachana Deshpande
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