• As a business leader, do you encourage your staff each day?

    25 May 2020 | 12:00 am

    Scripture instructs us to "encourage one another, day after day" (Hebrews 3:13 NASB). One of the most cost-effective, and least costly, employee motivation programs is consistent encouragement. Look for honest ways to encourage the work of each colleague every day.[…]

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Mar 04
2005

Working From Home

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With all the advances in computer technology over the past ten years, many people now work at home or have established home-based businesses. As tempting as it may sound to work at home, it takes proper research and planning to determine if this is the best option for you. Working at home typically reduces office overhead expenses, shortens your commute, and may increase efficiency, but some people are unable to stay focused at home or their house may not be the best place to locate. Carefully weigh the alternatives to determine whether working at home is right for you.

Feb 09
2005

Steps to Effective Crisis Management

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As hurricane after hurricane took aim at Florida last September, the local Salvation Army was forced to mobilize to full crisis-management status. In a nearby state, a fifteen-store grocery chain was sued for alleged health code violations, and the local media grabbed the story, threatening the future of the stores. Because an unexpected crisis can strike your business like a hurricane, you must be prepared as a leader to manage the crisis effectively, or else your company can be threatened. During a crisis, time is not your friend, so you must be ready to move quickly and decisively.

Jan 07
2005

Communication: Developing the Right Boundaries

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Communication is a key aspect of leadership, and striking the right balance between excessive withholding of information and excessive sharing is an important part of a leader's responsibility.

Jan 03
2005

Disasters Based in Violations

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Over one hundred killed in nightclubs in West Warwick, Rhode Island,and Chicago, Illinois, and a manufacturing company explosion in Kentucky – each had a history of apparent past violations:

Jan 03
2005

Priority Is Not Plural

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In business, competing pressures continually vie for our attention. Every day we are bombarded with multiple challenges, production decisions, customer demands, employee scheduling issues-all screaming for attention. Meanwhile, our accounts receivable continue to age. If only we could get our priorities straight, we think.