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4 Quick Tips On How The Busy Professional Improves Their Memory

Do you find it difficult to juggle personal and professional responsibilities? Do you have to log into your computer in the middle of dinner because you forgot to answer an important email? (more…)

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The 3 Biggest Reasons Why Introverts Are The Best Leaders

When in need of filling a management position, many employers often look to the loudest, most aggressive and talkative employee. It is a common belief that good leaders are made from extroverts who have the confidence, presence and voice to make themselves heard and followed.…

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How The Worst Managers Destroy Office Progress

A manager’s primary purpose is to encourage productivity, efficiency and progress in the office. This position doesn’t only require the work to get done, but also to create and inspire staff to create processes and ways to generate creativity and innovation. (more…)

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Why Your Business SHOULDN’T Use Automation

Automation can provide great benefits in the fields of customer service, marketing, manufacturing, accounting and sales. (more…)

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4 Ways The Best Managers Organise Themselves

There are different types of work environments; there are quiet and clean offices where everything is done according to procedure, and offices with a chaotic corporate culture, where disorganisation and noise take over. (more…)

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2 Great Reads For Managers That Will Empower Yourself To Succeed

Do you want to succeed in life? Do you feel like your current status quo is not the be all and end all for your career? (more…)

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How To Effectively Deal With Your Problematic Boss

It is not easy to work for someone else. Even if you have moved up the career ladder and hold an important role, unless you are the CEO or the owner, you likely answer to a boss. (more…)

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Is Performance-Related Pay Right For Your Organisation?

Most organisations pay their employees a set salary per month, or an agreed-upon hourly rate. While this type of setup works for many firms, it is not a one-fits-all solution. (more…)

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How To Manage Your Business While Travelling

Employees usually envy the freedom that they believe their bosses have. They think that their employers can come in whenever they want, leave when it is convenient for them, and take as much holiday as they crave; after all, it is their business. (more…)

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How To Get The Best Out Of Millennials

If you don’t already employ millennials in your team, you inevitably will as more of them are entering the workforce. While certain employers complain about the difficulty of managing millennials, these young people actually have a lot of skills to bring to the table. (more…)

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6 Quick Steps On Creating A Killer Employee Development Plan

A manager will ask an employee to improve in certain areas, but a good manager will help the employee improve. (more…)

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Here’s How To Influence Your Team’s Ability To Learn…

David Kolb, Professor of Organizational Behavior at Case Western Reserve University, developed the Learning Styles Model in the 1970s. Kolb believed that in order to learn something, the experience needs to be understood and transformed. (more…)

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