How many times do you drive to a destination and have little recollection of the journey? I know when I first got in a car to drive I was aware of everything I couldn’t do. Trying to release the clutch whilst depressing the accelerator seemed nigh on impossible without lurching the car forward. You could Read More...on
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Management Styles are important and need to be appropriate to the organisation. Democratic Autocratic Paternalistic Consulting and Hippy are styles. Read More...on
Generally a good or excellent employee performance is where the employee consistently meets or exceeds the standard of performance required Read More...on
Six good reasons why you might be proud to work for your current employer. Start a conversation line with us and let us know a good reason why you are proud of working where you do. Read More...on
Once a new employee has begun their new employment and received their basic induction they should possess knowledge and understanding necessary to perform their job role. Read More...on
What constitutes effective and ineffective performance is usually well understood collectively within organisations but it is not always discussable because it has not been specified in a form that makes it safe for managers to confront Read More...on
Risk assessment gets bad press because people make more of it than they need. The Health and Safety Executive say they don’t want to see files of paperwork, just simple identification of what can happen and then appropriate management of the risk. Read More...on
Business Growth Clubs – a safer way of getting good quality external advice Research shows that many small to medium-sized businesses are put off seeking external professional advice for fear of the costs and the likely returns despite the fact that the research shows conclusively that businesses that seek out advice Read More...on
In the mid 90s WLP ran a series of growth clubs with some really great results for club members. Working in groups of 8-10, owner managers and senior managers in a range of SMEs came together once a fortnight to work through a structured development programme to produce robust and viable growth plans. The clubs have just been re-launched with tremendous support and encouragement from past club members many of whom are still reaping the rewards of the investments they made over 15 years ago. Read More...on
Know your personality type helps you be a good manager Myers Briggs Read More...on