Being a Great Boss

July 23rd, 2014 — 01:45 am
Are you one of those bosses that people just love to hate? Maybe successful, maybe very intelligent, maybe organized and moving forward but just can't get along with people. Communication and other people skills are as important to the success of your business as your talent, knowledge and entrepreneurial drive. After all, you cannot do it all by yourself and you need good people. I remember being a very arrogant and egotistical program director back in the mid 1970's when my boss called me ...
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How to Start Your Coaching Practice

July 22nd, 2014 — 01:46 am
When you are ready to start your own coaching practice there are several steps that you will have to take. First, you should consider finding a qualified mentor coach that can take you under their wing. A coach without a coach unwilling to afford a coach of their own is a recipe for failure. This business coach should be someone that you can work well with and communicate easily. By finding a mentor coach you will be able to earn experience for your own coaching business while learning from ...
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Think the unthinkable

July 21st, 2014 — 01:41 am
•What the people in business think they know about customer and market is more likely to be wrong than right. There is only one person who really knows: the customer. In his book •Managing for results” Peter F Drucker has pinpoint very justifiable who is the king of market. Brand managers and owner think themselves the leader of market. They let them think that they decide the fate of market and they can carry their leadership in one segment to another segment easily with ...
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Accountability Equals Meeting Sucess

July 20th, 2014 — 01:45 am
Leslie was the new manager of the group. She was replacing Tom, a well respected manager who was retiring. Once she arrived, she made it one of her first priorities to sit down with everyone on the team and get to know them. Beyond pleasantries though she wanted to get to know each individual, what they saw as their goals and objectives, and how they thought she could help them. As she started having these meetings some common themes came out – not about the individuals so much as about the ...
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The Golden Key to Meeting Success

July 19th, 2014 — 01:42 am
We all attend many meetings. I’m sure you have been to some great meetings and some poor ones. Unfortunately for everyone I’ve ever talked to, the number of poor ones far outweighs the number of great ones. The fact is that most meetings are too long, unfocused, too frustrating, and unproductive. And yet meetings are a valuable way to gain collective understanding, buy-in, agreement, and consensus. They help us find better solutions and create cooperation, collaboration, colleagueship, ...
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Igniting Self-Expression

July 18th, 2014 — 01:47 am
Judith Richardson, MA, of Pono Consultants International and Emergent feminine, thrives on working with groups, and she exercises this passion in forums ranging from the chairing of formal Board meetings to efficient and effective staff meetings to the facilitation of creative discovery sessions for hundreds of people, to the hosting of deep, intimate conversation circles. As a caring, passionately curious woman who brings warmth, humor and compassion to clients and colleagues, Judith is ...
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Invest in Yourself and To Help Your Job or Business Succeed

July 17th, 2014 — 01:57 am
It always starts with you! Yes, it does start with you. You are the boss, manager, or owner, and thus you are most responsible person in this business. Good new is that by just reading this book, you have started to take action and responsibility in the right direction. Remember, everything is your fault. Once you accept that fact everything gets a bit easier. You see, now you know where you stand and thus where else stands also. This should empower you to take charge of your workplace. Take a ...
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Do You Have What It Takes To Be An Entrepreneur?

July 16th, 2014 — 01:42 am
Q: I am interested in starting my own business. I have a business degree and lots of experience in my chosen field, but I don't know if I have the necessary skills to really make it on my own. Any advice? Marie C. A: You've hit the nail on the head, Marie, because when you're an entrepreneur it's truly up to you to make it on your own. Sure, you may have investors and advisors and employees and friends and family helping you climb the ladder, but in the end you're the one who walks the high ...
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Learn From The Pros:`How To Make Over $20,000 Per Month'

July 15th, 2014 — 01:50 am
You have permission to publish this article electronically or in print, free of charge, as long as the bylines are included. A courtesy copy of your publication would be appreciated - send to: diana@ohiohelp.net Learn From The Pros: ‘How To Make Over $20,000 Per Month’ Internet marketers (IM), webmasters, writers, business owners and many others, from beginners to experts in their industries, are gathering not only in a membership site online, but in New Orleans. Their goal is to learn how ...
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Why does a business fail and what can you do to stop it?

July 14th, 2014 — 01:40 am
I believe the number one reason why a business will fail is lack of planning. This can be due to various reasons, perhaps because the market research wasn't sufficiently carried out in the first place, or because the financial burden was higher than was planned for etc. Sometimes business failure happens because the business owner is not very savvy at other aspects of the business, such as management, promotion, branding, advertising, public relations, leadership, bookkeeping, or customer ...
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