Posts Tagged: Manager

Desire Is The Fire For Achieving Success
August 10, 2018
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If you really want something, you will get it!  It’s true: desire is a powerful force that can’t easily be stopped. Think about your goal, about what you want to achieve in life, and ask yourself the following questions: ● Do you really want to reach your goal? ● Do you want to reach your […]
Human Resource
Ten Tips for Managing Stressed Employees
August 9, 2015
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Do you have employees who are suffering from work-related stress? Check that you have systems in place to help people who think they’re beginning to suffer from stress. Who can they turn to? Is their privacy guaranteed? Are they likely to be heard? The Health and Safety Executive recommend that a risk assessment be carried […]
Corporate Training Management
Corporate Change a Process Not an Event
August 23, 2009
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“If you want to truly understand something, try to change it.”- Kurt Lewin It is a sad fact that nearly 80 per cent of all major change initiatives fail. Research into the cause point to people not accepting and adopting change as the single greatest obstacle to success. In 1932, Kurt Lewin, a renowned academic […]
Mother is an Example of Six Sigma Leadership
April 11, 2009
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Mother is an example of leader-manager at home. She serves breakfast, lunch and dinner just in time, with a smile, prior to anybody asking her to serve. She strictly follows Time Management mathematics of 24*7*365 at the rate of 100 percent success. Customer satisfaction ratio is 100%. For all these ordeals, she neither takes salary, […]
Corporate Training Motivation soft skill
March 25, 2009
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What is the difference between a manager and a leader? Who can be a Leader – Manager? Manager cannot be a leader. But, a leader can be a manager. Managerial effectiveness is becoming level – 4 leadership. Leadership is becoming level – 5 leadership and level – 6 leadership is mentoring and coaching. I am […]