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Great Tips to Increase Staff Motivation

By |January 1st, 2016|Leadership, Qualifications, Qualifications Advanced Diploma, Qualifications Certificate IV, Qualifications Diploma, School of Aboriginal, Torres Strait Islander Leadership, School of Business, School of Civil, Construction, Mining, School of Corporate Governance, School of Leadership, School of Local Goverment, School of Management, School of Online, Distance, School of Project Managment, Schools, Soft Skills, Training|

As an employer, it is sometimes difficult to know how to motivate your staff so that you can increase productivity and experience expansion. Every person is different, and therefore, motivated in different ways. While some employees are motivated by pay rises and promotions, others will prefer recognition and praise. For some, training is a huge motivator because it encourages them to develop new skills and increase their personal performance. However, for training to be effective, it is important that the employee is willing to participate and commit to the experience. Although you cannot force this, there are ways to encourage it. Here are some motivating hints: Honesty: It is important you are honest with your employer about the training information, expectations and desired outcomes. Don’t exaggerate, dismiss problems or promise promotions if you cannot follow through. Commitment: You must be committed to the employee to encourage the employee to be [...]

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The Keys to Developing a Successful Code of Ethical Conduct

By |September 14th, 2015|Uncategorized|

Codes of ethics have long been associated with professional bodies and groups. In fact, members of those associations must abide by their codes of ethics. More recently, business organizations have become aware that they need their own codes of ethical conduct. So you may have to develop your own code, providing an ideal opportunity to tailor one that fits the specific needs of your organization and its people. Here are some important steps to follow. 1. Get started on your code of ethical conduct. Following recent global corporate events and scandals, we have become increasingly aware of the need for ethical business conduct. The print and electronic media continue to reveal examples of unethical conduct by global and emerging corporate organisations, as well as smaller local businesses. The need for higher ethical standards in business is obvious. 2. Get started on your code of ethical conduct. Following recent global corporate events and [...]

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How to Say ‘No’

By |July 21st, 2014|Leadership, School of Corporate Governance, School of Leadership, School of Management, School of Project Managment, Schools, Soft Skills, Training|

In difficult times, managers are often called on to exercise their powers of veto. Saying 'yes' is so much easier - it's certainly so much less confrontationalist and unpleasant. But managers often have to say 'no' - to proposed expenditures, to the call for extra staff, and to new ideas and other proposals from staff. There is a right way to say 'no' and to minimise the rejection or disappointment that may result... 1. Know when to say no. No is a powerful word. Here's when you might want to use it, suggests motivational writer John Milne: Say No to allow you to define your priorities. Consider international speaker Dr James Dobson. He had to say no to hundreds of speaking invitations that were taking him away from his family. Say No to take control of your time. Control this precious resource by saying a selective, definite no to those meetings and invitations that consume your valuable [...]

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