A stress for a week will boost your zeal and help you improve your productivity but on the contrary, if stress exceeds more than a week then it is harmful to the person’s physical as well as mental state. So in order to keep this in track you need to know about stress management and how it deals efficiently with the stress levels and make you free from all the worries.
Just wanted to let you all know that we posted our 200th entry on the “Joe and Wanda on Management Blog.” It’s a podcast with Susan Stamm, author of “42 Rules of Employee Engagement.”
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"Most companies build their bureaucratic rules to manage the small percentage of wrong people on the bus, which in turn drives away the right people on the bus, which increases the need for more bureaucracy to compensate for incompetence and lack of discipline, which then further drives the right people away...."
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In these challenging times, Joel Smith, CEO of JF Smith & Associates, advises managers not to lose sight of the power and importance of setting and executing sound strategy. Listen to the 8 1/2 minute podcast here.
In Mark McCormack’s book, “On Managing,” the former CEO of sports marketing company, IMG suggests that managers ask the following questions in a performance review to “transform the standard review from a dispiriting affair into an enlightening one? For more, click here.