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Category >> Management
Aug 18

What is your Unique Selling Proposition?

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Feb 16

Plot a Course in Turbulent Times

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The current economic downturn is placing tremendous pressure on all businesses and especially many small businesses. Waiting for the economy to turn around next month may make you feel better, but it is unwise. The current difficult business environment is serious, and is likely to last for some time.


Sep 04

Executing Your Projects

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Jun 03

When NOT to Avoid Conflict

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Conflict in the workplace is something that most of us dislike, and therefore avoid. Often, we would rather avoid a conflict rather than deal with problematic issues, but if we fail to act, the problem will only get worse.


Consider Matt. He managed a sales department for a large insurance agency and he avoided conflict with staff at any cost. When he made the nicest of suggestions and was met with resistance, Matt would either change the subject or just say it was no big deal. He was afraid that any confrontation or conflict would escalate into a shouting match. So, whether customers’ quotations were late, staff arrived tardy, or procedures were not followed, Matt would not address the issues.

Nov 27

Managing the Procrastinator

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"What do you mean the sales presentation isn't ready? The customer is arriving tomorrow morning!" screamed Bob.


"You just don't understand," shot back Tim. "It's far more complex than you think. You believe everything is just simple, but it's not."


Sound familiar?


Procrastination is epidemic in the workplace. Learning to effectively manage a procrastinator is important for any manager. Scripture tells us, "Teach us to make the most of our time, so that we may grow in wisdom" (Psalm 90:12 NLT) and we must insist that staff make the most of their time.