What is holding your company back from achieving all of its goals? Even with a stellar plan and top talent, sometimes business do not reach their goals. In a recent, exclusive interview, AMA spoke with Dan King to hear his thoughts on how companies can achieve more through strategic execution. See how you can adopt these principles in your own business, and start accomplishing more of your goals.
Does the idea of delegating your work to team members scare you? This is a common occurrence among new managers, as they have high standards and are reluctant to stop doing what helped them get to where they are. Rory Vaden thinks you need to reevaluate your thought process, and introduces the 30x rule. See how this rule can help you multiply your team’s performance and maximize ROI.
What can the government learn from moms? Despite not working in the government, Stewart Liff’s mother provided him with some of the best advice that government employees could employ. In another edition of Liff’s advice on improving the Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey (FEVS) scores, see what nuggets of wisdom his mother imparted on him, and how the government can learn from them.
Is grade inflation still a problem once you leave academia and enter the business world? According to Paul Falcone, yes. Grade inflation can undermine your ability to properly handle employees who have not performed up to par. Falcone explains how you can remedy the situation so that both you and your employee are on the same page. See how his advice can help keep your business honest.
What is the key to sustained professional success? How can you keep yourself up to date on an increasingly uncertain business world? Scott Steinberg offers his advice on five skills to develop to help you achieve professional success, and how to leverage them into continued success. See how to move ahead in your professional life, and establish the framework for the professional success you seek.
How do you determine if you had a successful year? Most likely, you set a series of goals and compared your progress against them. Setting goals keeps you focused and driven, and also unifies your team in their work. This article is a comprehensive guide to help you set goals. It covers everything from determining how to set a framework for your goals to ultimately doing the work necessary to complete them.
You may think you are a great manager, but is your team responding to you? Can you effectively preserve working relationships and sniff out communication problems before they progress to serious issues? You can become a better manager by asking the right questions, to show that you care about your employees and their ideas. Nannette Rundle Carroll explains how to ask the right questions, and the situations in which each one is most appropriate.
Performance appraisals are an important tool to provide feedback and establish future goals. They are also one of the least enjoyable parts of being a manager. Not many enjoy delivering bad news, but sometimes that is a necessary task. AMA wants to help you conduct the most productive, successful performance appraisals as possible, and this compilation of tools and tips will provide guidance for both those giving and receiving performance feedback. Turn a widely disliked job into a stepping stone towards success.
If you are a manager or an executive, performance review season is most likely not your favorite time of year. Delivering bad news to your employees is an unenviable task, but ultimately is crucial to maintaining a high level of performance. Paul Falcone offers his advice on how to deliver bad news during a performance review, so that both you and your employees are well-informed and in the know.
In any business, having unsatisfied employees can kill your productivity. This is especially true in the government, where a recent Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey (FEVS) indicated that the government’s employees are indeed unsatisfied. Stewart Liff examined the survey and provides a blueprint for addressing and fixing the problems that are causing this dissatisfaction.
Is your business heavily reliant on a small percent of employees? While it is important to have star employees, your goal should be maximizing the performance of everyone at your organization. CEO Gary Morais has been studying the brain and using brain technology to provide solutions to companies. Read why he believes using brain algorithms can help businesses duplicate the modus operandi that makes the elite performers in your company so effective.
When you hear the term ‘performance review,’ do you become excited or does your heart sink? In most cases, the latter is more likely to be true. Nicole Morgenstern wants to change that. Read how you can give a great, painless performance review and make the process as easy as possible. See what you should be doing with your employees before, during, and after the review conversation to build strong relationships within your organization.