D5 Manage Staff and Other People

How to Manage Staff and Other People

People as staff, managers and customers, are a vital asset for any business.  They also tend to be one of the most perplexing aspects of a business to manage. Are you having problems with staff motivation? Could you have better relationships with your suppliers? Do you have too many difficult customers?  12Faces has tools to improve your people management skills. Learn to manage the workload of you and your staff. Find out the dangers of multi-tasking. Improve the productivity of your staff, motivate them with incentives that are a win, win. Customers will love the organised flow within your organisation. People management will become a breeze for you. This is another step to your goal of building Sustainable Business Success.

Secrets to Streamlining Organisation Charts

In an organisation of any size that has been around for a while, your management organisation chart will most likely have a bad case of bloat.  This 12Faces Menu article looks at how you can trim your management tree down to its former trim glory. Yellow Belt

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Secrets to Staff Bonus Plans

Paying staff a bonus or other incentive is a well tested method of improving their commitment to the business' management goals. The secrets of the Staff Bonus Plans are revealed below. Read this if: you want to know more about how bonuses should be constructed to drive the goals of the...

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How to do Change Management for Profit

Most people don't like change!  As a business owner/manager, you probably have a much higher tolerance for the uncertainty of change than other staff.  On the other hand, you can't change much just by yourself.  And changes you do implement have a disconcerting tendency to revert back to the old method...

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Peter Principle: Promotion to Incompetency

Laurence J Peters in his book “The Peter Principle” (Peters & Hull, 1969) argues that people are likely to be promoted until they reach a point where they are unacceptably incompetent.  At this point, they are unlikely to be promoted any further (at least in a well ordered organisation)...

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