Written by Conner, Daryl R.
Today's markets are so chaotic that the only thing we know for sure is that the way we are currently doing business will change-and then change again. There are unique challenges involved in leading a company through turmoil. Though I do not dispute that leadership may come in various forms at many levels of an organization, building "nimble" organizations requires that change leadership be executed at the most senior corporate levels. Nimbleness is the ability for an organization to consistently succeed in unpredictable, contested environments by implementing important changes more efficiently and effectively than its competitors.
Conflict Resolution Management tangles important characteristics. It is a strong preventive tool to encounter and defuse potential conflicts. It brings efficient and applicable skills to cope with interpersonal clashes and business conflicts. It teaches how to manage collaborative negotiation and achieve a win-win result.
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Written by Karen E. Klein
Confusion over employee status can lead to trouble with the IRS, state and federal labor departments, even the INS
Written by Conner, Daryl R.
It's a tough and competitive world out there for organizations today. Everywhere you look, major change is occurring.
Written by Zitron, Susan
For problem-solvers, jobs come out of nowhere
You have an interview. Does it matter whether the company has a bona fide opening? Not by my calculations. I got my last corporate position from an employer who told me no three times.
Downsizing...Right-sizing, lay-offs or workforce adjustment, whatever the current "correct" terminology, the fact remains that it is the most difficult thing that managers will deal with in their careers.
Written by Robert Bascal
The Effects of Change On The Manager
One of the least mentioned effects of change relates to how it affects the manager leading that change, and his or her ability to undertake the leadership role. We have already talked about the effects of change on the individual employee, and of course managers are subject to the same reactions, resistances and strains. Some types of change, such as restructuring, or downsizing can put considerable strain on the leaders of an organization.
Written by Beckwith, Harry
What Clients Love: A Field Guide to Growing Your Business
by Harry Beckwith
This book offers a pleasant alternative to learning from your mistakes:
Learn from mine. My mistakes began with Because clients love experts and no one looks more expert than an author, many people called me after the book appeared, often with invitations to speak to their companies. Naturally, I accepted. I went. I spoke. I bombed.