Congratulations! Three months ago, you were promoted…you’re the new supervisor. And you’re proud of yourself because you worked long and hard for it and your colleagues know this. In reality as the new supervisor, you’re “an insider job”
“What is the matter with you girl?” I was really mad at myself! Without realising it, I seemed to have set out on a mission to prove that there IS such a thing as a free lunch.
Designing and delivering a training programme excites me. I love the challenge of ensuring that what you learn in my training room, shows up in your workplace. And I absolutely love it when my training leads
Employee training and development is a must for your for small business. At some level, you know that investing in employee training and development is necessary for you to compete in today’s market. You also know that
The exit interview…you have heard of it, haven’t you? You haven’t? lucky you! But it is that interview that businesses, mostly big and some small, usually want to conduct after your employee resigns from your “fabulous” job.
Do you know what’s the second biggest problem I see among the small business owners I work with? Give up? (Tut-tut! You give up too easily…) It’s failing to “hire right”. Of course you want
I know, I know. Training is not even on your radar far less in any of your budgets. You also told me that you are afraid of the impact on your business if you spend too much on
People Management – Are you good at it? Like most small business owners, you have limited financial resources. So I understand that you want to focus your limited resources on activities which directly increase your income.
Are You Being The Boss Or Being A Bully? ” I am the BOSS and don’t you forget it!” “Say what?!” was my immediate thought before I walk out the door of the business I had
I could smell the frustration coming from the young man from way across the room. “Good Morning…you must be Mike!” I offered brightly. I actually hesitated before I offered my hand because he looked as if he