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Setting up Successful Performance Improvement Initiatives (Popularity: )
Most initiatives start to fail because they fail to start! One of the hardest things to do in many organisations is to set up a successful change initiative. This is because creating change is not seen as integral to the future success of the organisation. It is also because people often don't know how to do it. There are seven essentials to setting up a successful initiative: 1. Assign an accountable Sponsor 2. Identify ...

Jack and Jill Went Up the Hill - Well, Jill Did (Popularity: )
"Jack and Jill went up the hill to fetch a pail of water. Jack fell down and broke his crown and Jill came tumbling after." ~Mother Goose rhyme. "Jack and Jill went up the hill to fetch a pail of water. Jack fell down and broke his crown, but Jill kept on climbing." ~A modern parable. This is the story of two entrepreneurs we'll call Jack and Jill. Jill went up the ...

Staff Motivation (Popularity: )
I’ve been promoted at work recently and I realize that one of the key skills I need to have is the ability to motivate my staff, especially when big projects crop up and a lot of extra time and overtime is necessary. Good thing I have a mentor who has taught me a lot about these things. My aunt was once an owner and CEO of a successful company that ...

How Ducks Hold Meetings (in Case You Were Curious) (Popularity: )
It's true. Ducks hold meetings in the park. And these quacky meetings have remarkable similarities to business meetings (held in conference rooms, for example). Here's what they do. 1) No one pays attention to anyone. Every duck is looking in a different direction. Most don't even appear to be part of the meeting. And none of them are watching the duck who is quacking. But they are all there because ducks have to know ...

3 Mistakes That Prevent Effective Meetings (Popularity: )
These mistakes ruin meetings. Here's what to do. Mistake #1: Do all of the talking. Some meetings are run like a medieval court. The chairperson sits on a verbal throne while the subjects sit in respectful silence. The big talker justifies this by thinking: if the other people in the meeting knew anything worthwhile, they’d be leading the meeting. Reality: If you’re the only one talking, you’re working too hard. In addition, realize ...