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Factor 5 to keep high morale in your business, is to encourage creativity and innovation

Encourage creativity and innovations through wisdom networks . In their book “Wisdom Network” Melissa Giovagnolli and Steve Benton describe the challenge companies have to use visible and invisible knowledge to achieve their goals. The problem is that people are reluctant to share their knowledge, they only talk about what they know to a close circle Read More

Top 5 factors to keep high morale in your business

Factor 4 Establish a process to help people meet performance goals. Business is becoming increasingly complex. Customer expectations are higher and higher, you need your employees to be able to change their knowledge and skills quickly and raise their performance “bar”. Leading edge organisations are re-thinking their philosophies and human resources strategies to align their Read More

Top 5 factors to keep high morale in your business,

Factor 3: Motivate your Employees it is important for the success of an organisation to motivate its employees to use their full talents. It’s worth considering your company’s strategy and approach to motivation: getting this right and having positive motivation philosophy and practice in place leads to improved productivity, quality and service. There are many Read More

Top 5 factors to keep high morale in your business,

Factor Number 2 : Good Leadership: Good Leadership is essential to the morale of the troops, by providing a vision and adequate resources, removing barriers, encouraging accountability. Leaders are special people. Within business, effective leadership has proven results, from the release of employees’ potential, to improved bottom line financial performance. Leaders can be pivotal to Read More

Top 5 factors to keep high morale in your business,

Factor number 1 The organization needs to be strategically aligned. You have to create a management system that will mobilize all your people, channelling their energy and abilities, encouraging them to share their specific knowledge with others, outside and inside the organization, to fulfil the company mission. The first task would be to understand in Read More

Top 5 factors to keep high morale in your business

In the current climate we are bound to look for cost savings, as revenues at best are stagnating or reducing. Those cost cutting exercises most of the time end up in redundancies or reduced worked hours with lower salaries, requiring people to do more with less, so it is very difficult to keep the morale Read More

Change is accelerating can your business adapts quickly enough?

The Internet facilitated technologies convergence, and people collaborative behaviours creating changes at an unprecedented rate. People requirements are now driving technology changes when in the 1990’s technologies were driving people behavioural changes. Consumption patterns are shifting dramatically and social networking is changing and reinforcing behavioural shifts but businesses are not embracing the digital world quickly Read More

"If You Want Your Employees Go the Extra Miles Reward Them More”

 Low performers love to be treated the same as high performers, in contrast High performers feel it is unfair. Unfortunately most rewards systems are designed to make sure everybody is levelled. If you want to get more work and better work out of every employee you would have to reward their performance fairly and individually. Read More

Can you manage stress in the workplace?

Today’s workforce is experiencing higher levels of stress than ever before. We’re currently going through a period of economic and technological change, which provokes personal fears about such issues as job and financial security, opportunities for advancement and, on a broader scale, concern about the viability of the businesses we’re part of. According to the Read More

Want to Make 2011 Your Best Year Yet? Five Top Tips from MA Consulting International

Is your business positioned to take on the competitive challenges of 2011? Consider these Five Top Tips from the MA Consulting team to help make 2011 your best year yet! 1. Create a clear strategic set of priorities and stick with them List your company’s top priorities for 2011 and incorporate these into a well Read More