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    Good Managers Lose Bad Employees and Bad Managers Lose Good Employees

    James Nagy - 2829 Article rating: No rating

    The people involved in an organization truly do ensure the success or failure of it. The effectiveness of its managers can make or break an organization. If you want to look at the effect that a manager is having, just look to see the culture of the company itself. How are people interacting? Which people are going and which people are staying? An effective way to measure how good, or bad, of a job a manager is doing is to take a look at who is leaving the company.

    Strategic Planning: What to do When the Plan isn’t Clear

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    Strategy and strategy execution are essential to running a successful business.  Effective leaders can step in, assess a situation, and come up with a strategy for improvement or progress. What about in the times that it isn’t so obvious? How are you supposed to be a strategic planner when the plan isn’t clear?

    CES 2018: Top Tech Predictions

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    The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) continues to be one of the biggest technology shows in the world. CES 2018 is sure to deliver. This Las Vegas event kicks off and runs January 9th – January 12th. These will be four days jam packed with some of the biggest tech announcements and demonstrations available to the industry.  Companies like Sony, Samsung, LG, Google, and more will be hosted on keynote stages and in booths to showcase all the must-see tech of 2018. So, what are we predicting to be some of the most popular technologies this year?

    Business Management: Learning to Delegate

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    ​Whether as a consultant, as a manager, or generally in business when you have people who report to you –you have to be good at the art of delegation. You cannot take on every single task and every single project. There simply aren’t enough hours in a day to allow you to successfully accomplish every task that needs tending to. Delegation is key to the success of a business. Even if you are coming in as a consultant, you want to be an asset to the team. Productivity, time management, and efficiency are necessary. The way to accomplish all three? Delegation.

    Business Management: Build a Winning Team in 3 Steps

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    ​The key to a winning team will always be effective leadership. As a leader, whether as a business owner, management, or a business consultant –learning to build a winning team is an invaluable skill.  A team that works successfully and cohesively together is a team that takes productivity to the next level. As a consultant, I’ve had the pleasure of spending mass amounts of time with different organizations. I’ve been able to watch businesses grow and change from the ground up. Whether a business is just starting out or has to be completely restructured, building a strong team is the biggest resource to success.

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