The Management Blog
Tips & advice to help you improve your performance
The working world is moving at such a fast pace, that managers have a hard time staying abreast of all the new trends.
From millennials entering the workforce, technological advances that have led to globalisation and artificial intelligence, it’s vital to look ahead and anticipate the skills you will need in the next 5-10 years to stay competitive in your field.
Every manager knows that all employees are not created equally.
There are your highest performers, those who are self-motivated, goal-driven and on top of their game, the employees that need a lot more help, and those in between.
I’m delighted to announce that MTD have been shortlisted as a finalist in the 2017 CIPD Awards for Best HR/L&D Supplier.
We work extremely hard to not only meet our clients expectations but to exceed them at all times so I am very pleased that we’ve got this recognition.
A press release is an important tool for communicating company information with the outside world.
While previously press releases were specifically published for members of the press, nowadays, they can easily be found online and accessible to all individuals. Learn More
The global market has allowed companies from all over the world to compete for the same clients.
While allowing for greater reach, it is also complicates matters for businesses, which now have more competitors than ever. Learn More
An email signature is an often overlooked area where professionals can let other people learn more about themselves, their business and their contact information.
Some of us simply sign our name at the bottom of emails we send out, while others only include a phone number. Learn More
Making improvements to customer service can provide many advantages to a business.
First, by offering a more helpful, faster and friendlier experience to customers, a company can benefit from higher sales, less returns and overall happier clients. Learn More
When in need of filling a management position, many employers often look to the loudest, most aggressive and talkative employee.
One of the worst situations an employer may face is when a valued staff member suddenly quits.