We asked the question: What is the most important habit a successful manager should have? We received 246 answers, all are really important, some are identical, others weird but also essential.read more
During the pandemic, an expert on heating starts a new business and grows thanks to the Hubbard© Management System.
Mr. Yavor Vartnikov has been looking for knowledge on the problem of organizing and managing people for 7 years. He followed a lot of business training and read several managerial books, but couldn’t find usable solutions.read more
SWOT analysis – the analysis of strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats. This is a tool used for strategic planning, to determine the goals of an organization.
Many managers are reluctant to tell their employees directly what they want to receive as communication, in order not to waste time that they do not have. It has probably happened to you that someone from the team constantly comes to you and asks you for answers to problems, which in principle he has to solve himself. You hired someone to do some of the work, not to add more of it on your line.
If you don’t value your time, why should someone else care about it?
How to explain what you want to get in your communication with them, without being rude, but at the same time being clear enough?
Use this video with your team to save your time and to decrease stress levels. A team can be very productive and focused, you just need to train them in a way that they can optimize your time. You can even include this video in their training program or every time when someone comes aboard.
5 successful practices for hotel and restaurant management were mentioned by the speaker Mark De Turk at the BNI Innovative Ideas meeting.
Their application will help employees and owners of this type of hospitality business, so we will not delay but will give it right away:
I came across a forum where a new topic was started some time ago with the following question: “Hello! The question may seem silly to you, but what does a manager actually do? What are his responsibilities? Is his work stressful and does he have free time?”
I decided to share some of the answers, which I strongly hope come from employees. It would be sad if these comments came from a manager.
– “Every company is different, but in general, making presentations, looking for clients, sending offers, monitoring product preparation, installation, etc. In general, the manager moves the whole production and trade process.”read more