The Management Blog
Tips & advice to help you improve your performance
Having the ability to make a quick, yet good decision is imperative in all life situations.
To be an effective manager, decision making skills are crucial.
Change can bring about a stressful and difficult time for members of any organisation.
However, the situation can be greatly exacerbated if employees feel like they are being kept in the dark about matters affecting them.
From birth until well into our twenties and even thirties, we are expected to grow not only physically, but mentally and intellectually.
We attend school and are given advice by elders in order to become positive members of society.
Not preparing for change at the workplace is similar to going out in the rain without an umbrella.
You know you will be wet and uncomfortable, and not prepping for the upcoming changes in weather is not smart.
Although appraisals can be motivating and empowering when you meet with certain employees, that’s not always the case.
When you have a team member who has been underperforming, the meeting is likely not going to be pleasant for you or the individual.
Appraisals don’t have to be dreaded by either staff members or management.
Although they often have a bad rep, and have employees worried for weeks about possible negative feedback, employers should re-conceptualise this as an opportunity rather than a “review.”