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The Qualities of an ‘Effective’ Mentor!

Mentoring is a process of learning during the development a ‘relationship’ between the guide and the rookie. A mentor guides and handholds the rookie to become responsible for their own growth and development by realizing their true hidden potential and hence, performing to achieve the best results for the organization. 468 more words

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Decision-Making ... with less anxiety!

The more important a matter is, the more concerned we are about making the correct decision. In a proportionate way, we want all decisions to be effective, swift and efficient. 636 more words

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Conflict Resolution Skills ... Your Secret Weapon!

Well, it could be! If you are a team leader, you have probably had the opportunity to receive some leadership training. That training should minimally have consisted of communication skills, ethical and legal skills or performance management training. 615 more words

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Tips for a Strong Instagram Following

Just six short months ago, I started an Instagram photoblog titled @welcometo.myworld for an introductory photography course. I had taken a lot of photos of places I’ve been, particularly landscapes, so I thought I would develop that theme. 680 more words

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Gap Analysis: Cap the ‘Gaps’ for better business results!

An official and prescribed study of evaluating the dissimilarities in performance parameters in the business processes, due to which the criteria of desired business outcomes are not met with, is what we know as ‘Gap Analysis’. 416 more words

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You’ve got to know when to … COUNSEL THEM!

You really have to know when to coach them or counsel your team members.

Many organizations tie individual goals to customer expectations. There is mounting evidence that team members are more likely to meet their performance standards if they are closely related to customer expectations. 552 more words

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Ancient Roman Wisdom … are you kidding me?

NO! I am not kidding you. The reason is quite simply that Marcus Aurelius offered some advice in 180 AD that is very applicable to us right now. 446 more words

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