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Employee Engagement - The Key to Moving Your Organization from Good to Extraordinary
Employee Engagement - The Key to Moving Your Organization from Good to Extraordinary
Category: Management/Leadership
Author: TrainingABC
Posted: 06-17-2018 06:47 PM
Views: 256
Synopsis: According to a recent survey by Gallup only 13% of employees worldwide are engaged in their job.  In the United States alone this results in a loss of between 450-550 million per year.  Companies who have captured employee engagement have a tremendous advantage over those that haven't.   So how do you make a change?  While it's not easy, there are steps that you can take immediately to move your organization from simply good to extraordinary!
5 Ways for Managers to Show Appreciation to Their Employees
5 Ways for Managers to Show Appreciation to Their Employees
Category: Management/Leadership
Author: TrainingABC
Posted: 06-11-2018 04:35 AM
Views: 98
Synopsis:

Managers must ensure that employees feel appreciated at work.  Employees who feel appreciated work harder, are better team members, have higher morale, are less likely to leave the organization for another job.  Let's look at 5 ways managers can show appreciation to their team.

Make Your Performance Appraisals Part of a Year Round Performance Management Plan
Make Your Performance Appraisals Part of a Year Round Performance Management Plan
Category: Management/Leadership
Author: TrainingABC
Posted: 06-08-2018 03:30 AM
Views: 83
Synopsis: Managers should consider using employee performance appraisals as part of an overarching, year-round performance management plan. Some benefits include continuous improvement for employees, less pressure on employees, and closer relationships between managers and employees.
How to Destroy the Curse of Negativity in Your Workplace
How to Destroy the Curse of Negativity in Your Workplace
Category: Management/Leadership
Author: Jim McKay
Posted: 06-01-2018 07:06 AM
Views: 202
Synopsis: Negativity can destroy a workplace.  Every manager faces it and must have tools in their arsenal to combat it.  Learn how to control negativity and turn your workplace into a positive and productive place with healthy and happy employees.
The Power of the Structured Job Interview
The Power of the Structured Job Interview
Category: Management/Leadership
Author: Jim McKay
Posted: 10-08-2017 05:43 AM
Views: 2746
Synopsis: Job interviews have traditionally been social in nature and heavily reliant on feeling and subjective perceptions. While these interviews are comfortable for many managers, they aren't very effective and open the door to potential legal trouble.  A much more scientific and effective approach is the structured interview - a system of interviewing that has saved organizations millions of dollars that once were lost to bad hires.
Why Your Employees Hate You and Why Fair Management Practices Can Change That
Why Your Employees Hate You and Why Fair Management Practices Can Change That
Category: Management/Leadership
Author: TrainingABC
Posted: 08-21-2017 07:46 AM
Views: 1704
Synopsis: Learn how fair management practices will protect managers from legal trouble while also promoting trust, productivity, efficiency, innovation and accountability.  No manager can lead effectively without practicing fair, equal and consistent management.
The Sid Story - Planned Spontaneous Recognition and a Positive Work Environment
The Sid Story - Planned Spontaneous Recognition and a Positive Work Environment
Category: Management/Leadership
Posted: 12-24-2011 11:00 PM
Views: 3300
Synopsis:

There are too many workplaces that are full of negative, fear-based management practices. Managers feel like their employees are "under-achievers" who need a "kick-in-the-butt" in order to achieve. They have low expectations in their employees and therefore their employees live up to these expectations. Dennis Franz who plays Sid in The Sid Story is just this type of manager. He yells and rants and treats his employees like children. He also consistently has the worst production numbers in his company. As the film progresses, Sid find that his management strategy has led to his poor numbers and he changes as a manager and a person.

The Pygmalion Effect - Managing the Power of Expectations
The Pygmalion Effect - Managing the Power of Expectations
Category: Management/Leadership
Posted: 12-23-2011 11:00 PM
Views: 1735
Synopsis:

The basketball player stands at the free throw line and he just can't stop thinking about how he all his shots have been short today and sure enough the ball clanks off the front of the rim. The actor stands on the stage and all he can think about is how he is going to forget his lines, even though he has them completely memorized, and sure enough he can't remember them at the most important moment. The man steps up to the podium to give a speech scared to death that he is going to stutter and sure enough he does. The mind is a powerful thing and seems to be able to affect our actions whether positive or negative. This is widely known as the Pygmalion Effect.

Behavioral Interviewing Questions
Behavioral Interviewing Questions
Category: Management/Leadership
Posted: 12-21-2011 11:01 PM
Views: 1043
Synopsis:

Behavioral interviewing is the most effective way to hire a qualified employee. It takes gut feelings, stereotypes and biases out of the process and allows you to look at candidates in more scientific terms. The process is called behavioral because it uses behaviors presented in the past to predict future behaviors. The process sounds easy but it takes practice and persistence.

How to Motivate Your Employees without Fear or Money
How to Motivate Your Employees without Fear or Money
Category: Management/Leadership
Posted: 04-22-2011 11:47 PM
Views: 4444
Synopsis:

For many years in the workplace it was thought the best way to motivate employees was with money and fear. Excellent performers were rewarded with more pay and promotions and bad performers were fired or demoted. Family and life outside of work took a backseat to the job and it was universally thought that if the job required time that cut into an employee's life, then the job always won.


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