Tag Archives: HR Management

I own the problem

It is easy to be a winner when the sun shines, and when you are in love and all is well. In reality it is much harder in the face of persistent problems and difficulties. On those days we tend … Continue reading

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Leadership : Visioning

“Where there is no vision, the people perish” (King Solomon) Your thinking skills can be considered directional skills because they set the direction for your organization. They provide vision, purpose and objectives. These are you eyes to the future, allowing you … Continue reading

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Jumping To Conclusion

A newspaper article told of a man who was walking toward an open subway car when he felt a body brush by him.  Instinctively, he reached for his pocket and discovered he didn’t have his wallet.  Shouting and running, he … Continue reading

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HR Management Planning Tools

HR professionals are constantly looking for new tools. Below is a list of pro-active HR planning tools that might help you to improve your companies competitive advantage. Corporate Head count “Fat” Assessment Plan Ever wonder why the decision that we … Continue reading

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An Effective Leader is Decisive !

Decision-making is a basic ingredient of leadership. It is not important whether the leader actually comes up with the proposed actions or simply endorses them. The key is that the leader does make decisions. He or she overcomes the fear … Continue reading

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Human Relations & Motivation

Anton, a technical specialist at a Pharmaceutical Company, left his manager’s office and walked back to his desk. He sat there quietly for a moment staring at the window wall that faced the area he shared with several other technicians. … Continue reading

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Why Organizations Are Struggling

Most organizational structures have evolved over many years under a variety of executives. Structural adjustments were made to accommodate new strategies, technologies and services, special projects, and occasionally to handle personal career issues. Periodically, job descriptions and working relationships were … Continue reading

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