The 5 Steps To Successful Coaching

Coaching employees requires both time and money, but there are no guarantees of results. Whether you are choosing to coach your staff yourself or decide to hire a pricey professional, there are steps you can take to make it more of a success.

144 Staff Members Killed At Work in 2017/18

I came across some interesting research this morning from The Health & Safety Executive which you might be interested in. As managers we all need to ensure a safe working environment not only for our staff but for our customers and suppliers as well.

Top 5 Tips When Making A Big Decision

As humans, we can’t predict the future, and as such, we always take a chance when we make a decision. We can’t know its outcome, so every choice leads to an unknown.

The 4 Best Anger Management Tips

Your peace of mind is a terrible thing to waste! That may not be exactly how the original saying goes, but surely no one will disagree with this updated one.

How To Get Your Team To Coach Others

There are insurmountable benefits to coaching your employees at the workplace. However, there is only one of you and many of them, which makes it nearly impossible to pass on everything that you know to your staff.

6 Things To Do Before An Employee Appraisal

If you have impending appraisals with your team, the time to start planning is now. Once the workers are in your office, it’s too late to prepare for a productive appraisal and here’s hoping you have had some useful appraisal training as well.

What Is The Best Change Management Strategy?

Incoming employees, departing bosses, new software, company merges, new initiatives… these are all changes in a company that cause both employees and processes to go through transitions. These changes can lead to stress, a host of unknowns and chaos to break out in the workplace.

How To Make Decisions That Will Affect Your Team

Making a decision can be hard enough when it comes to yourself, but double as difficult when it comes to decisions that affect other people. However, a big part of a manager’s job description is doing just that.

How To Keep Calm When An Employee Messes Up

As a manager, your employees’ wins are your wins, but also, their fails are also your fails. It can be extremely frustrating when your employee makes a mistake, especially if you feel that they should have known better.