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Management Challenge: The Non Performer

Unless you are exceptionally fortunate, chances are that you will find you have to deal with the non performing employee or team member at some point in your career. While managers understand at one level that they have to deal with the non performers, the truth is managers will often go to extremes to avoid […]

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Management Challenge: The Non Performer

Unless you are exceptionally fortunate, chances are that you will find you have to deal with the non performing employee or team member at some point in your career. While managers understand at one level that they have to deal with the non performers, the truth is managers will often go to extremes to avoid […]

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10 Must Have Management Skills

Management is what creates and sustains an organisation.  Without good management any business will struggle.  The trouble is that there is much to learn.  While continued learning is essential there are 10 skills that every manager needs if they are to succeed. 1. Planning Without a plan, nothing is achieved.  As a manager you need to […]

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Change Management Skills

I was reading in the November 2008 edition of the magazine Professional Manager that the Chartered Management Institute’s President Sir John Sunderland sees Change Management as one of the most in demand skills over the next 10 years. In the currently challenging economy it is easy to see why that would be the case.  I am […]

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10 Must Have Management Skills

Management is what creates and sustains an organisation.  Without good management any business will struggle.  The trouble is that there is much to learn.  While continued learning is essential there are 10 skills that every manager needs if they are to succeed.   1.                  Planning   A manager you needs to be competent in business […]

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