Managing Today’s Tribes

Managing Today’s Tribes
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Managing Today’s Tribes

Here's What You'll Learn:

A Review Of Seth Godin's "Tribes: We Need You To Lead Us!"
Creating A Positive Work Environment
Dealing with Communication Overload
How to Deal with Problem Employees
How to Handle a Difficult Discussion
How To Win Over People
Supervisor: Keeping Your Employees Motivated
Wake Up Big Corporations, These Are Your Customers Speaking

Lessons

  1. Creating a positive work environment is crucial to the success of any organization. In the current challenging times, less people need to do more or the same amount of work for the organization to stay ahead.
  2. Dealing with Communication Overload

    They come via e-mail...voice mail...fax...instant messages...pager...Blackberry...cell phone...Skype. You receive even more during meetings, be they teleconference, video conference, Web conference, or the good old fashioned face to face kind.
  3. How to Deal with Problem Employees

    Every business has them - problem employees who suck up a great deal of a manager's time and energy trying to achieve better performance and results.
  4. How to Handle a Difficult Discussion

    Whether it involves talking with your teen about sex or drugs, your spouse about finances or housework, or your employee about attendance or performance issues, the prospect of initiating a difficult discussion is daunting to many, if not most, people.
  5. How To Win Over People

    You have a great idea that will increase revenue and improve profits, but you have a challenge on how to win over people.
  6. Supervisor: Keeping Your Employees Motivated

    Keeping your employees motivated with high morale is the most important function of a supervisor. This article provides a list of actions that can be taken to keep employees producing for the success of the organization.
  7. Wake Up Big Corporations, These Are Your Customers Speaking

    Have you ever felt really peeved when a supermarket decides not to sell an item that you’ve tried from their store, liked it, and then incorporated it into your general shopping requirements?

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