Why We Should Have Inclusive Management

Why We Should Have Inclusive Management Having an inclusive management team in your company allows your company to make impartial decisions that are not influenced by any biases that members of your management team may have. When your company’s public image showcases the diversity of your management team, you are essentially telling your customers that […]

Crisis Management Tips

Crisis Management Tips on Managing a Team A crisis can take many forms. As we’ve learned recently, the one thing they have in common is that they strike pretty much without warning and have major repercussions. Being prepared and managing your team once disaster strikes is essential. Here we look at some key ways of […]

Is Sector Specific Experience Overrated

Is Sector Specific Experience Overrated Is sector specific work experience over valued – can you jump from working in hospitality to the legal profession? Is it easy to switch from the building homes in the construction industry to become a smooth operator in finance? Probably not. Some sector specific jobs require at least a few […]

How Managers Can Show Kindness

Random Acts of Kindness Day It’s Random Acts of Kindness Day on the 17th of February, a day which has grown in popularity over the years. When life gets busy and chaotic, it can be difficult to remember that small acts of good can really contribute to the communities around us. As management teachers and […]

What is a Collaborative Management?

What is a Collaborative Management? To better understand collaborative management, we have to look at traditional management. Managers have, for years, been seen as the autocratic authority of a business. They have the first and the last say and hold the majority of control. Collaborative management is becoming more popular than ever before and tends […]

Management Is 10% Work And 90% People

Management Is 10% Work And 90% People You might have heard that saying at one point in your professional career and if not, you are hearing it today. The saying, “Management is 10% work and 90% people” initially sounds derogatory towards management and it really isn’t meant to be. In fact, many successful managers have […]

5 Enormous Differences Between Managers and Leaders

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Five enormous differences between managers and leaders Are managers and leaders different entities? While those lower down the promotional ladder might not think so, most experts will tell you there are certainly big differences and understanding these is vital if you want to run a successful company. Managers and leaders may share characteristics but there […]

4 Signs You’re a Burnt out Manager

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 4 Signs You’re a Burnt out Manager! – Management doesn’t have to be a forever role! How do you know that you are a burnt out manager. It can certainly be challenging, often stressful, but how do you know when you’ve had enough of management? We so often spend time looking at the world from the […]

Benefits of Emotional Intelligence in Management

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What are the Benefits of Emotional Intelligence in Management Why employees want to have input into important decisions. There is no doubt that the workplace has changed over the last few decades. This hasn’t just happened because we’ve moved to an information age rather than an industrial one. It has a lot to do with […]