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  • Resource planning can be painful. This article identifies all of the information you'll need to gather before starting, and then walks you through using that to build out a resource allocation file.

    How to Do Resource Allocation in Excel

    How to Do Resource Allocation in Excel

    by Max Dalton0

  • The current state of the economy has increased the number of people out of work and looking for work a hundredfold. Human resource professionals have a much more diverse group to select from.

    Human Resources Management Selection Tools

    Human Resources Management Selection Tools

    by Cameron Corniuk3

  • This hub describes different decision-making models, steps to take them and their pros and cons. Some common decision traps are also briefly discussed.

    An overview of decision-making models

    An overview of decision-making models

    by Hanh Vu3

  • Though introverts are often overlooked in the workplace, they have much to offer your company. Introverts are independent, creative, and productive employees who can bring tremendous value to your company.

    10 Reasons Why Introverts Make the Best Employees

    10 Reasons Why Introverts Make the Best Employees

    by Jennifer Wilber2

  • Employment-related stress is a common symptom of today's modern work world. Here are some tips for how to ease work-related stress and get through a bad day at work without losing your mind.

    How to Get Through a Bad Day at Work

    How to Get Through a Bad Day at Work

    by Sally Hayes0

  • Daily Scrum meetings are one of the best features of the Agile Scrum method of web development but at only 15 minutes a day how can you be certain you are using the time effectively?

    5 Ways to Improve Daily Scrum Meetings

    5 Ways to Improve Daily Scrum Meetings

    by Lauren8

  • The Toyota Production System (TPS) usse Muda, Mura and Muri to signify waste within their system. What are the the Seven Muda or seven wastes and how do we eliminate them from our processes?

    7 Wastes: The Seven Muda

    7 Wastes: The Seven Muda

    by Tony0

  • This Hub provides a basic introduction to some of the primary factors that must go into the decision about what to charge for products/services. It will help anyone, seasoned marketers (by being a reminder), and new marketers, because it looks closely at pricing considerations that can help in development of sound pricing strategies.

    Four Questions to Ask Before Making Product Pricing Decisions

    Four Questions to Ask Before Making Product Pricing Decisions

    by Sallie B Middlebrook PhD11

  • A segue is very important when giving a public speech. Without a smooth transition, you could find your audience losing interest in what you are talking about. Learn all you need to know about how to make a proper segue.

    10 Tips on How to Use a Segue in Public Speaking

    10 Tips on How to Use a Segue in Public Speaking

    by David Livermore2

  • Brand extension can provide more sales opportunities for successful brands. But this branding strategy could boomerang against a brand. Learn what brand extension is and how it's used in marketing.

    What Is Brand Extension?

    What Is Brand Extension?

    by Heidi Thorne6

  • In every office, a large volume of communication like letters, circulars, telegrams are sent to outsiders or received from them. Inside the organisation also written materials are exchanged between different departments. A planned and efficient handling of the mail is essential for the success of any business organisation. It is described as the backbone and an integral part of an office.

    NVQ: Handle and Distribute Mail and Packages in Business and Administration

    NVQ: Handle and Distribute Mail and Packages in Business and Administration

    by livingsta1

  • A financial market is a place for buying and selling of financial securities such as stocks and bonds. It facilitates: The raising of capital (in the capital markets) The transfer of risk (in the derivatives markets In matching those who...

    Financial Markets in Pakistan

    Financial Markets in Pakistan

    by hafeezrm83

  • Help your intern's career development and your own by learning to effectively communicate and assign tasks. Challenge yourself to make interns more effective at their work and stretch your own leadership skills. Guide for managers or other full-time employees to make the most of summer interns.

    Effectively Manage and Mentor a Summer Intern

    Effectively Manage and Mentor a Summer Intern

    by Katy Medium0

  • Scope creep can destroy a project, and the responsibility rests on the shoulders of the project manager to keep it in check. This article looks at five ways project managers can combat scope creep.

    5 Ways to Combat Scope Creep

    5 Ways to Combat Scope Creep

    by Max Dalton0

  • Continental Airlines was an airline that was about to fly into oblivion. The company was broke and its people demoralized. Learn how excellent leadership changed the fortunes of this airline.

    Continental Airlines: Business Turnaround Legend

    Continental Airlines: Business Turnaround Legend

    by John M2

  • It can be hard to get promoted and end up supervising your former co-workers, or even worse, friends. Learn how to help both you and them during your transition from co-worker to supervisor.

    10 Tips on How to Supervise Friends and Co-Workers

    10 Tips on How to Supervise Friends and Co-Workers

    by David Livermore0

  • When you have a problem to solve but you just can't find a way to tackle it, you may find that brainstorming can help you find the solution. Brainstorming can help you find an innovative solution to a difficult problem. Brainstorming techniques are easy to learn and apply.

    Brainstorming Techniques

    Brainstorming Techniques

    by DreamerMeg15

  • Learn how to start an office compost program with these tips, videos, and resources. Going green at work is definitely a team effort, but the positive returns are worth it.

    How to Start a Composting Program at Work

    How to Start a Composting Program at Work

    by Sally Hayes2

  • Planning tools, recipes, templates, and easy invitations to make planning a potluck meal at work easy and effortless are just a few clicks away. Learn more about how to plan an office potluck party!

    How to Plan a Potluck Lunch at Work

    How to Plan a Potluck Lunch at Work

    by Sally Hayes3

  • This articles gives you tips on what to expect in a teaching job interview and what kind of questions you are likely to hear. Based on actual experiences from teachers in real job interviews.

    Teaching Job Interview Questions

    Teaching Job Interview Questions

    by Sharilee Swaity19

  • Public speaking is a fear most people have. I had a huge fear of public speaking, but I overcame it. This article provides tips on how to overcome that fear to improve your public speaking skills.

    10 Tips on How to Improve Your Public Speaking Skills

    10 Tips on How to Improve Your Public Speaking Skills

    by David Livermore5

  • Social media platforms can help keep you up to date on the latest trends in your particular profession. But if not used properly, these tools can hurt your job prospects and damage your reputation.

    These 10 Social Media Habits Are Bad for Your Career

    These 10 Social Media Habits Are Bad for Your Career

    by Sally Hayes1

  • PESTLE Analysis is a key tool for identifying external forces on an organization. It stands for Political, Economic, Sociological, Technological, Legal and Environmental. I will cover what PESTLE Analysis is, examples of the key driving forces and how it can be used to help the strategic direction of your organization.

    What Are the Driving Forces of  PESTLE Analysis?

    What Are the Driving Forces of PESTLE Analysis?

    by dommcg1

  • Post-Millennials or Generation Z (kids born in 2000 and later) are entering the workforce. Their world bears little resemblance to what came before. What should we expect from these young employees?

    Generation Z and the Work World:  5 Trends to Watch

    Generation Z and the Work World: 5 Trends to Watch

    by FlourishAnyway81

  • This Hub examines methods used to set prices when a company has more than one product for sale. From using a "skimming" strategy while bringing a new product to market, to bundling old and new products together, into a "package deal," this article explores pricing structures used by companies with several market offerings.

    Product Pricing Strategies

    Product Pricing Strategies

    by Sallie B Middlebrook PhD0

  • First impressions are everything. They tell an audience if you're worth paying attention to, or if you're someone to be ignored. Here's how to make a good first impression.

    Three Powerful Ways to Start a Speech

    Three Powerful Ways to Start a Speech

    by PublicSpeaker12

  • A tongue-in-cheek look at the just cause standard for discharge. Learn the five sure-fire ways you can get fired from a corporate employment attorney's perspective.

    Five Ways to Get Fired

    Five Ways to Get Fired

    by Deborah Neyens126

  • Kaizen is a philosophy derived from the Japanese business world. Simply put, it is a methodology of continuous improvement of organizational practices and efficiencies.

    Kaizen Methodology and Deployment

    Kaizen Methodology and Deployment

    by Daniel J. Carr4

  • Have you ever wondered how large companies receive simultaneous callers without getting busy signals? You need multiple phone lines and a phone company feature known as rollover that routes callers to an available line.

    How to Avoid Busy Signals With Telephone Line Rollover

    How to Avoid Busy Signals With Telephone Line Rollover

    by Glenn Stok4

  • This article explores Hyundai's competitive advantage and strategy, on how it has established itself as one of the largest multinational conglomerates in the world.

    Hyundai's Competitive Advantage & Strategy

    Hyundai's Competitive Advantage & Strategy

    by unrealist0

  • Corporate social responsibility is a business’s concern for the welfare of society. This concern is displayed by managers who take into consideration the long-term interests of the company and the company’s relationship with the society it which...

    Arguments for and Against Corporate Social Responsibility

    Arguments for and Against Corporate Social Responsibility

    by Drea DeFoe15

  • The swing shift can be a rewarding, but difficult shift to work. However, for the right person, the afternoon shift can be the perfect fit. Learn if it's the right fit for you.

    What Is the Swing or Afternoon Shift?

    What Is the Swing or Afternoon Shift?

    by David Livermore2

  • How do we create cohesive teams that get great work done? How do we manage different levels of skill? How do we increase motivation in our team members? And how do we do all of this while being fair, which is essential to employee retention? The answer is in flexible, emotionally intelligent leadership, combining situational and prescriptive methods and adapting them to the situation and the team.

    Different Types of Leadership: Prescriptive & Situational

    Different Types of Leadership: Prescriptive & Situational

    by Sid Kemp7

  • Sexual harassment is illegal in the US and other nations, but is sometimes difficult to prove. Stringent, consistent documentation is required from day one of its inception in order to prove a strong case. Read about some of the results here.

    EEOC: Sexual Harassment Cases and Results

    EEOC: Sexual Harassment Cases and Results

    by Patty Inglish55

  • One of today's hottest consulting and coaching models is the mastermind group. But what is a mastermind group? Pros and cons of using them are discussed.

    What Is a Mastermind Group?

    What Is a Mastermind Group?

    by Heidi Thorne6

  • Millionaires will tell you to work harder on yourself than you do on your job. How does that pay off? Try these proven ways to increase your salary at work. They worked for me.

    Improving Your Earning Power - What Works

    Improving Your Earning Power - What Works

    by Peg Cole34

  • The first few seconds of a phone call has the most influence on a client. It sets the tone. I'll discuss proper phone etiquette, how to answer, how to be prepared to take notes, and how to show professionalism.

    How to Handle Telephone Calls in a Businesslike Manner

    How to Handle Telephone Calls in a Businesslike Manner

    by Glenn Stok20

  • Learn the basic terminology of payroll, including the definition of payroll, the difference between net and gross pay, tax withholding, forms, regular pay vs overtime, timesheets, and pay period, etc.

    Basic Payroll Terminology

    Basic Payroll Terminology

    by Melinda Longoria, MSM0

  • Are you protected against discrimination if your employer learns about your genetic or medical condition? Learn about what led up to the passage of Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act (GINA), what GINA does, and what it does not do.

    Genetic Discrimination in the Workplace:  What You Need to Know

    Genetic Discrimination in the Workplace: What You Need to Know

    by FlourishAnyway46

  • An employment tribunal is a public body tasked with solving conflicts between employers and employees. We will discuss their roles and responsibilities and compare them to an ordinary court of law.

    Roles and Responsibilities of an Employment Tribunal

    Roles and Responsibilities of an Employment Tribunal

    by Yaseen Essack0

  • What is the graveyard shift? How can you handle working a graveyard shift? This article covers the advantages and hardships when working the graveyard or night shift.

    What Is the Graveyard or Night Shift?

    What Is the Graveyard or Night Shift?

    by David Livermore6

  • Followup can be critical to achieving sales success. However, there is a fine line between following up and fouling up which can turn customers off. Discover sales tips for ditching dead leads.

    Sales Tips: Are You Following Up or Fouling Up?

    Sales Tips: Are You Following Up or Fouling Up?

    by Heidi Thorne6

  • A project without a plan is like a vacation without an itinerary. You'll get lost, miss your flight, and have a miserable time. And you'll probably get fired, too! Make a clear project plan, and deliver great results on time and under budget - every time! Here's how!

    How to Layout a Project Management Plan

    How to Layout a Project Management Plan

    by Sid Kemp9

  • If you're looking for a better office chair, and are struggling with back pain and discomfort with your current chair, see what I went through and found. A great office chair.

    My Quest to Find the Perfect Office Chair

    My Quest to Find the Perfect Office Chair

    by Marc Anderson4

  • This unit under the OCR qualification for Level 3 diploma in business and administration helps a candidate to fully understand the complete procedures of ordering products and services, how to maintain relationships with suppliers and service providers, and how and why to go for good quality products at the same time with best value for money, and have a thorough knowledge of the supply chain and how it works.

    NVQ Level 3: Ordering Products and Services in Business and Administration

    NVQ Level 3: Ordering Products and Services in Business and Administration

    by livingsta7

  • For single employees, the biggest pool of potential dating partners could be at work. What do you need to know when your crush is in the next cubicle? Is an office romance worth the risks involved?

    Can You Find Love and Romance in the Workplace?

    Can You Find Love and Romance in the Workplace?

    by FlourishAnyway104

  • Weekly project status reports play a critical role in keeping projects on track. This article walks through key elements of a weekly status report, such as stoplight and status updates.

    What to Include in a Weekly Project Status Report

    What to Include in a Weekly Project Status Report

    by Max Dalton2

  • If you're in a leadership position at work, you must learn how to delegate tasks to staff in a fair and effective manner otherwise you will be the one who gets overwhelmed and starts to underperform.

    How to Delegate Effectively at Work

    How to Delegate Effectively at Work

    by Sally Hayes0

  • Not cool with public speaking? Yeah, I wasn't either, especially because I exude awkwardness. Thankfully, I've overcome my presentation/speech-giving fear. Here's how I did it!

    Public Speaking Tips for the Socially Awkward

    Public Speaking Tips for the Socially Awkward

    by Simone Haruko Smith27

  • Nuclear welding certifications and industrial standards are set by the ASME. What are the nuclear welding standards and how do you earn a nuclear welding certification?

    Nuclear Welding Certification

    Nuclear Welding Certification

    by Tamara Wilhite0

  • A thought leader is someone who influences a community, network, industry, or the public because of his or her expertise, knowledge, and experience in a particular field. But what does that mean?

    What Is Thought Leadership?

    What Is Thought Leadership?

    by Heidi Thorne14

  • Not all referrals are good referrals. Sometimes they can even have a negative impact on the referral giver or recipient. Discover networking tips on how to give a good referral.

    Networking Tips: How to Give a Good Referral

    Networking Tips: How to Give a Good Referral

    by Heidi Thorne8

  • Business cards are one of the cheapest, easiest and most effective sales and networking tools. Get business cards tips for size, printing, photos, contact info and more!

    Business Card Tips for Sales and Networking

    Business Card Tips for Sales and Networking

    by Heidi Thorne21

  • Is a manager a leader? This question might come to mind when one asks oneself, "What qualities make a good manager? What does it take?" The answers can be interesting and somewhat unexpected.

    The Difference Between a Leader and a Manager

    The Difference Between a Leader and a Manager

    by Patty Inglish70

  • Running our own business is hard. We have to lead and manage a team of one. Most employees don't like their bosses. How can we be our own boss and actually like ourselves, get great work done, and succeed?

    Self-Leadership and Self-Management

    Self-Leadership and Self-Management

    by Sid Kemp4

  • After several years of business traveling, I have accumulated substantial information about several aspects of business travel that can go wrong and how to prevent these mishaps...

    Business Travel Made Easy

    Business Travel Made Easy

    by Patty Inglish12

  • A great project manager puts in the legwork early to give the project the greatest chance to succeed, and serves as a leader when problems come up to drive the project through completion.

    How to Be a Great Project Manager

    How to Be a Great Project Manager

    by Max Dalton0

  • Trade show booths are a big investment. Yet many don't produce sales and waste marketing dollars. Discover several "don't let this happen to you" booth blunders and what they say about you.

    Trade Show Booths: What Does Yours Say About You

    Trade Show Booths: What Does Yours Say About You

    by Heidi Thorne10

  • A look at what you need to know when preparing your Statement of Purpose, to get into business school. It could mean the difference between getting into the business school of your dreams, or not.

    How to Write a Statement of Purpose for Business School

    How to Write a Statement of Purpose for Business School

    by Sallie B Middlebrook PhD2

  • Learn the reasons why you may be the Office Jerk and not even know it. Recognize common jerk behaviors and resolve to change your interpersonal nastiness at work.

    How to Identify the Office Jerk

    How to Identify the Office Jerk

    by FlourishAnyway32

  • Women fulfill many leadership roles. Just like men, women can be visionary, be peacemakers, be steady guides through difficult times, or be problem-solvers.

    The Four Types of Women in Leadership

    The Four Types of Women in Leadership

    by Sid Kemp45

  • You need to be equipped with a very broad set of skills in order to be a successful project manager. This article walks through that skill set if you're considering a career in project management.

    What Are the Required Skills for a Project Manager?

    What Are the Required Skills for a Project Manager?

    by Max Dalton0

  • Job ads on the internet require online writing skills. While the employment advertisement needs to attract the best candidate for the role, it still needs to consider the habits of the online reader.

    How to Write an Effective Employment Advertisement

    How to Write an Effective Employment Advertisement

    by Tina Dubinsky0

  • A tongue-in-cheek look at 10 ways to demoralize your employees. Describes how things are done in some businesses. Corporate culture that doesn't motivate employees can mean death to an organization.

    10 Ways to Demoralize Your Employees

    10 Ways to Demoralize Your Employees

    by AJ25

  • Are you interested in subscribing to either Fast Company, Inc. Magazine, Fortune, Money, BusinessWeek, or The Economist? Check here for my opinions on each first!

    A Review of 6 Popular Business Magazines

    A Review of 6 Popular Business Magazines

    by Micah9

  • Being a layoff survivor can be awkward for you and scary for the coworkers around you who were let go. This article walks through what you can do to help those coworkers get back on their feet.

    How to Act Around Laid Off Coworkers

    How to Act Around Laid Off Coworkers

    by Max Dalton0

  • While employees generally look for ways to promote and advance throughout their career, some employees have valid reasons to take a lesser paying job.

    Why Employees Take Job Demotions

    Why Employees Take Job Demotions

    by Christine McDade2

  • More than likely you have had to deal with a bad boss in the workplace. Or you could be dealing with one right now. Find out what options are available to you on how to deal with a bad boss.

    10 Tips on How to Deal With a Bad Boss

    10 Tips on How to Deal With a Bad Boss

    by David Livermore10

  • PERT, the Project Evaluation and Review Technique, is a way of knowing if your project is on time and on budget. If it is running behind or over budget, you'll know how much extra time or money it will take to deliver. Here's how to do it!

    How to Use the PERT Chart for Project Management

    How to Use the PERT Chart for Project Management

    by Sid Kemp8

  • Delegation plays an important role in the performance of duties in the workplace. Wise managers recognize the value with entrusting subordinates with delegated responsibilities.

    How to Delegate Tasks to Subordinates

    How to Delegate Tasks to Subordinates

    by Christine McDade0

  • Your language can lose its power when you use hedges, upspeak, disclaimers, and other credibility killers. These verbal bad habits undermine your authority and the competence of your message.

    How to Speak with Confidence and Authority

    How to Speak with Confidence and Authority

    by FlourishAnyway90

  • Most business memos are informational, and chances are if you are writing one, you will be writing an instructional memo. Here are some pointers for writing this kind of memo.

    Format for an Instructional Memo

    Format for an Instructional Memo

    by Rhonda Malomet0

  • Are you feeling overwhelmed with too much work? I stumbled on a way to tell my boss what was happening with a positive attitude. Here's how I talked to my boss about it, and got positive results from the interaction.

    How To Tell Your Boss You Have Too Much Work

    How To Tell Your Boss You Have Too Much Work

    by Glenn Stok11

  • Want your meetings to be more productive and more efficient? Incorporate these five essential elements of an agenda. They will create a road map to success while increasing participant engagement.

    Five Elements of an Effective Agenda

    Five Elements of an Effective Agenda

    by Kathy Stutzman2

  • Understanding the History of Lean Manufacturing, how and why it developed, will help you in implementing lean effectively to improve your organization.

    History of Lean Manufacturing

    History of Lean Manufacturing

    by Tony9

  • Coporate Globalization--Yes, it's true--the world is owned and run by the super-wealthy. Even since Ann Rand's "Atlas Shrugged", there has been a conspiracy theory that basically, all the world is owned and run by a select consortium of ultra-wealthy international corporations. These people aren't really humanitarians, either. The sole motive is profit.

    Corporate Globalization and Greed

    Corporate Globalization and Greed

    by Paradise725

  • Different situations call for different types of leadership. Does your company need a visionary, a peacemaker, a motivator, or an architect? Probably all four. Can you be all types of leader, and know which type to be when? Or can you build a leadership team with all these qualities?

    The Four Types of Leaders

    The Four Types of Leaders

    by Sid Kemp32

  • There are some unwritten rules that new (even experienced!) networkers may violate without even realizing it. Learn what not to do at networking events.

    What Not to Do at Networking Events

    What Not to Do at Networking Events

    by Heidi Thorne8

  • A unique collection of originally-written inspirational and motivational quotes about hard work. Find assurance that hard work pays and that working hard will lead you to success.

    Inspirational and Motivational Hard-Work Quotes

    Inspirational and Motivational Hard-Work Quotes

    by princesswithapen3

  • The Iron Triangle is the 3 components of management- scope, schedule, and budget. Managers must use these 3 aspects to reach the ultimate goal of quality.

    The Iron Triangle Of Management

    The Iron Triangle Of Management

    by Yaseen Essack0

  • The Leadership Compass is based on the Native American Medicine Wheel, or Four-Fold Way, in which each direction has a main "human resource" from which to draw for support and strength. The point of the Leadership Compass is to identify the different types of leading one may follow. The Compass can help people work with other leaders by identifying their strengths and weaknesses so you can assess how to complement their characteristics and improve their own leadership skills.

    Leadership Compass: What Kind of Leader Are You?

    Leadership Compass: What Kind of Leader Are You?

    by glassvisage16

  • If you have a business out there and you aren't doing most or all of these, you still have a lot of opportunity in front of you to increase sales and profits. Even the photos speak 1000 words about these businesses!

    16 Ways to Amaze and Impress Your Retail Customers

    16 Ways to Amaze and Impress Your Retail Customers

    by RetailRich0

  • Have you been unfairly dismissed?Find out exactly what constitutes a lawful and unlawful dismissal, and the different types of redundancies in a business. We will look at a case of age discrimination.

    Dismissals—Lawful, Unlawful, and Redundancy

    Dismissals—Lawful, Unlawful, and Redundancy

    by Yaseen Essack2

  • Our organisation together with (______________) the Police department, the Fire department, the Health department, the Education department and also the Town & Parish Councils, works towards community engagement. They work towards...

    NVQ - Demonstrate Understanding of Customer Service - Part 1

    NVQ - Demonstrate Understanding of Customer Service - Part 1

    by livingsta0

  • The American Association of University Women found that men are over four times as likely to negotiate a salary for a new job as are women.

    How to Negotiate Your Salary

    How to Negotiate Your Salary

    by Patty Inglish16

  • Leader vs Manager starts with a simple self-assessment that helps you determine whether you are predominantly a leader or a manager. Further, it defines leadership versus management and compares and contrasts traits, characteristics and qualities of leaders and managers. It also provides resources and perspectives on leadership and management.

    Leader vs Manager: Traits, Qualities and Characteristics

    Leader vs Manager: Traits, Qualities and Characteristics

    by Bhavesh Naik17

  • Many people make product or entertainment choices based on what they read on Internet review sites; this can be a big mistake.

    Can You Trust Online Reviews?

    Can You Trust Online Reviews?

    by Rupert Taylor6

  • From calling you the wrong name to pointing out imperfections in your appearance, find out how bitchy bosses make you feel inferior. Their calculated moves are used to make them feel more powerful and you feel weak and self-conscious. But, once you spot their maneuvers, you can counteract them!

    10 Strategies Bitchy Bosses Use to Get the Upper Hand

    10 Strategies Bitchy Bosses Use to Get the Upper Hand

    by McKenna Meyers2

  • An organization has positions that are required to be filled. The company must establish a pay scale so it can pay the employees based on job descriptions and duties. It could be a tricky situation when deciding the right pay compensation.

    Internal and External Equity Comparison

    Internal and External Equity Comparison

    by Kaman Teine0

  • I've seen it before. Bosses dropping workload on you that isn't yours, and overburdening you with more than you can handle, or with more than you're being paid to do. Resolving this is tough for most people, but you can learn some clear, direct and calm communication skills to resolve this assertively.

    How to Tell Your Boss to Quit Swamping You With Too Much Work

    How to Tell Your Boss to Quit Swamping You With Too Much Work

    by Satori30

  • Teachers use business skills constantly - leadership, communication, marketing, presentation and organization are all necessary to plan and run classes effectively.

    Business Skills for Teachers

    Business Skills for Teachers

    by Kymberly Fergusson3

  • Many teachers just want to teach so they are unprepared when they are promoted to positions of responsibility, such as becoming subject heads or heads of year. Suddenly you have to people manage.

    Advice for Teachers New to People Management

    Advice for Teachers New to People Management

    by Murray Lindsay0

  • My experience and work during the course of my Level 3 diploma in Customer Service. Anyone pursuing this course, has to have experience in an organisation dealing with internal / external customers

    NVQ Level 3 Diploma in Customer Service: An Outline

    NVQ Level 3 Diploma in Customer Service: An Outline

    by livingsta5

  • Thinking of joining a controversial company, or one that doesn't share your values? Already work for one? Here are tips on deciding about that job offer and surviving your employment.

    Should You Work for a Controversial Company?

    Should You Work for a Controversial Company?

    by FlourishAnyway69

  • Strong workplace leaders have mastered the art of giving meaningful feedback to their staff. Here are some tips on how to help you communicate effectively with an employee during a performance review.

    How to Give Feedback to Your Staff

    How to Give Feedback to Your Staff

    by Sally Hayes0

  • Burnout isn't just about working too much. Feeling unfulfilled at work and resentment play a major role in burning out. Here's how to deal with your feelings of resentment at work.

    How to Deal With Job Resentment the Right Way

    How to Deal With Job Resentment the Right Way

    by KV Lo10

  • It's the digital age and the world's method of communicating has changed drastically. Though casual communication is more commonplace, writing an informal memo still requires you to follow a few rules!

    How to Write an Informal Memo

    How to Write an Informal Memo

    by Blurter of Indiscretions10

  • I've had my PMP certification for four years, and I wrote this article to give other people an idea of the requirements and the work involved in passing the PMP exam.

    How to Get Your PMP Certification

    How to Get Your PMP Certification

    by Max Dalton2

  • What are good communication skills? What is the best single communication skill you can learn? How do you learn it?

    Great Communication Skills

    Great Communication Skills

    by DreamerMeg19

  • As a supervisor handling a difficult employee can be one of the most stressful things on the job. This article instructs you on how you can manage those difficult employees effectively.

    10 Tips on Dealing With Difficult Employees

    10 Tips on Dealing With Difficult Employees

    by David Livermore24

  • This article explains when a redundancy situation is valid, how you could be selected for redundancy, when you can receive a payment, and when you should be offered an alternate role.

    The Truth About Redundancy

    The Truth About Redundancy

    by Katie0

  • This article points out the challenges of being a temporary employee. It provides 11 tips advising people what they should and shouldn't do while working as a so-called temp.

    11 Tips for Surviving as a Temporary Employee

    11 Tips for Surviving as a Temporary Employee

    by Kelley Marks14

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