There are 3.5 million ‘economically inactive’ 50 – 64 years old in the UK. This article covers how to attract them, retain them and benefit from them.
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Staff turnover is part of being in business. However, vacancies cause disruption and enhanced workload for those covering. The skill is to be proactive on your recruitment policy, not reactive. Build a ‘squad’ of staff who you can bring in to the business as soon as you receive a resignation.
Recognising the importance of including cultural communication as a subject within conflict, communication and interpersonal skills training courses.
Recognise the importance to create conflict for the benefit of your business. To enhance and boost performance, manager’s need to be challenged to be innovative and to problem solve. This challenge needs to come from within the business, with all managers challenging those that under deliver their commitments.
Three Management tips taken from Ian Holloway’s (football manager) autobiography of management.
Being new to management means you need to learn a new set of skills. This article looks at 10 of the first golden rules to master.
This article looks at two basic managerial tools which will help enhance the performance of their staff. GROW when it is a skills issue, AID when it is an attitude issue.
It is very easy for a business to be distracted away from its main purpose – to provide outstanding customer service for value and make a profit. This articles examines methods to ensure the focus is where it needs to be.