Browsing Month May, 2013

Managing your Manager

May 16th, 2013 // 5:47 pm @

There are occasions in business when your manager is not able to give you the level of managerial input you would want. And this proves difficult for many people, causing confusion and conflict. There are several reasons why your manager may not be able to give you the input you want and deserve, these include: […]

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Category : Management Technique

Understanding the Question Before Trying to Answer it

May 16th, 2013 // 2:42 pm @

Often in business conflict is caused when a problem is tackled before the question at hand is fully understood and agreed upon. The problem is often not finding the right answer it is agreeing the question. There are a number of reasons why we all do this: The first is simply we are keen to […]

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Category : Blog &Management Technique &Other Thoughts

Why are you telling me?

May 15th, 2013 // 7:39 pm @

When communicating with a colleague in business make sure you know why you are communicating with them, and what response you desire? When you and them have different expectations, confusion will ensue! The core of communication is to take an idea in your brain and to communicate that idea to someone else’s brain. Sounds simple, […]

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Category : Blog &Management Technique

Understanding the Strange Sales Animals

May 14th, 2013 // 4:58 pm @

There is in many organizations a cultural gap between the salespeople and the company. In most cases this causes no more than low level antagonism between the parties, but in more extreme cases can cause a significant fall off in the sales teams performance. It is worth trying to understand this gap, and how it […]

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Category : Blog &Key Business Success Drivers

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