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A Secret of Managerial Success

A Secret of Managerial Success

“My beautiful mother is no longer here with me but her valuable work ethic lessons play over in my head each day at work.  It is important that we develop good training systems and programs in our workplace to not only make the business run better, but to teach valuable work standards to our employees.” … Continue reading

What Makes A Great Work Environment?

What Makes A Great Work Environment?

One of the most common problems I hear from employers at this time is a not having enough staff to run their business and grow.  Many employers as we know lost employees at the beginning of the pandemic and have not been able to replace them.  The employee pool is quite shallow currently as well … Continue reading

The Great Resignation of 2021

The Great Resignation of 2021

In September 2021 over 4 million people had quit their jobs as part of what is being called, “The Great Resignation.”  When interviewed many of these people state their reason for leaving their job was due to lack of management listening to them.  This is not the first time we have heard this as a … Continue reading

Creating A More Productive Workplace

Creating A More Productive Workplace

As a business owner or manager your expectations of those that work for you are to be productive.  Many times, people are less productive because of their work environment, this is a proven fact.  Just think about it for yourself, don’t you work better if you are happy with where you are working?  People respond … Continue reading

Failures Promote Progress

Failures Promote Progress

A few years ago I came upon this great book, “Celebrating Failure” by author Ralph Heath. I believe this is one book that should be in every manager’s, supervisor’s or leader’s library. We often hear the saying, “there is no room for failure.” However, we learn so much by our failures. Teams are strengthened by … Continue reading

“A Bad Apology Is Worse Than No Apology

“A Bad Apology Is Worse Than No Apology

Randy Pausch the author of The Last Lecture, died on July 25th, 2008.  If you have never watched the last lecture or read the book I highly recommend that you do.  The lessons Randy teaches are life changing.  His story is simply inspiring and amazing.  The video of his lecture online has had over 15 million … Continue reading

Do What You Do So Well….

Do What You Do So Well….

There is something to be said when you find what works and when duplicated it produces the same successful result, that you should not mess with it. It may be a system that you have come up with to accomplish your goals or daily tasks. At work a good example would be customer service.  If … Continue reading

5 Positive Practices

5 Positive Practices

     “There is little difference in people, but that little difference makes a big difference. The little difference is attitude. The big difference is whether it is positive or negative.” ~ W. Clement Stone I’m sure we all have been around people with positive and negative attitudes.  Which do you prefer to hang out with?  … Continue reading