Sam T (Street Articles Author)
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Control Your Companys
There’s an old saying that says you have to spend money to make money, actually, there’s one additional requirement—you also have to spend it wisely. Profits are made by creating value. It is people putting materials, equipment or service together to create products that are worth more than they cost…
By:  in  Business  >  Management   Jul 19, 2011  
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When Gripers Pass The “Whine” List
Complainers go with the territory in any job. A worker, who complains constantly, even over trivial details, annoys others and affects everyone’s productivity. Do you have a person with that black cloud hanging over their head in your workplace? As a manager it is your responsibility to handle this kind…
By:  in  Business  >  Management   Jul 18, 2011  
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Customer Service Is A People Business
We so often hear people discussing the merits of this or that business, finance, insurance, real estate, transportation, manufacturing, or communication, as though they’ve lost sight of the fact that regardless of the type of business you choose, you’re still in the people business. If you don’t want to succeed…
By:  in  Business  >  Management   Jul 18, 2011  
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Give Recognition To Your Employees
There’s no question that money is a big incentive to most of us. We struggle to get it, then, rush to spend it. There are, however few people who are satisfied with money alone as a reward for their efforts. Most of us would like more than money from our…
By:  in  Business  >  Management   Jul 15, 2011  
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Take Action As A Manager
Quite a few people have difficulty making decisions. Those who do should avoid management responsibilities in their work. Taking action and making decisions is what a supervisor or manager should do. If you cannot face problems and take action then you will fail in your managerial role. People who supervise…
By:  in  Business  >  Management   Jul 14, 2011  
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Working Towards That Promotion
Working hard and working smart aren’t enough. To earn a promotion into upper management, you also need to do the right work in the right way. The following lessons are relevant to any employee determined to rise higher. Learn the ropes. Fitting in begins with shrewd observation. Employees who want…
By:  in  Business  >  Management   Jul 14, 2011  
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Finding the Solutions to Your Problems
How well do you handle your problems? Think back to the last on you faced. Did you stand up to it or were you intimidated by it? Did you look for ways to solve it or did you ignore it, hoping it would go away? We all have problems we…
By:  in  Business  >  Management   Jul 13, 2011  
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Building Trust
Trust is one of the most critical aspects of being a good manager. It takes time to build trust from your employees. Some people build trust quickly. Their attitudes and behavior make it easy for others to trust them. If you are an honest person your employees will see that…
By:  in  Business  >  Management   Jul 13, 2011  
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Management And Delegation
Do these scenarios sound familiar? You’re walking to your restaurant and an employee stops you to give a rundown of what’s happening; “Mary called off tonight so we have no hostess, our shipment was shorted the supplies you ordered, I’m going to clean out the stock room and after my…
By:  in  Business   Jul 13, 2011  
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Common Sense Leadership
Here is a five step leadership program for today’s managers. Keep in mind that these are some basic guidlines. Becoming a good manager requires constant learning and experience. Know where you are going. A manager must persuade his employees to commit to a goal which will give direction and focus…
By:  in  Business  >  Management   Jul 12, 2011  
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