The Management Blog
Tips & advice to help you improve your performance
No matter how good your sales process is or the quality of your products, there will inevitably come a time when you have to deal with a customer complaint.
This could happen for many, many reasons.
The standards that people expect today from business has exponentially grown over the years and if you don’t keep up with those requirements, you may find yourself receiving more and more complaints.
HR managers have a wide array of responsibilities, but they ultimately upkeep the corporate culture, work directly with employees and put out fires.
While every company creates an individual job description for this position, anyone who has worked in HR knows that there is no limit to what needs to be done.
There isn’t a HR training course “out there” that can 100% prepare a HR Manager for their role but based on our experience there are some areas that they can look at to get them ahead.
There are 4 well known listening styles that people employ depending on the type of person that they are and what primarily motivates them.
We discuss these 4 main listening styles in the infographic below to help you work out what style you are most prone to – and give you an insight into other listening styles you might come across in the workplace when communicating with your employees. Learn More
As a customer service manager, it is not a question of whether you will have to deal with customer complaints, but how you will deal with them.
Although you should treat each complaint individually, you should have a strategy in place for handling complaints to leave the client happy, but also protect your organisation and brand.
When you’re planning to chair a meeting, how do you feel?
Excited, anticipating the energy that will flow around the room, buzzing with the ideas that people will come up with?
Or dreading it, hoping that you can cancel it, and get on with something that will be a better use of your time?
Although it is impossible to pinpoint the one thing that sets apart a great manager from a mediocre one, there are clearly different skills, ideas and opinions that set apart effective leaders from ineffective ones.
The question that we get asked the most in our management training courses for “What are the top skills that a manager should have?”
Below are the 17 top management skills that you should add to your virtual toolbox in order to improve your leadership abilities.