The workplace is now smarter and more competitive than ever, so it pays for managers to be alert to the ways that good staff can be attracted and motivated. Bestselling author Jeffrey J. Fox has created How To Become A Great Boss for anyone who manages staff and wants to inspire excellence and loyalty. It demonstrates how fostering teamwork within a network of support will create the workforce you want and help you to stay on top. The great boss simple success formula includes:--Hire only top-notch people--Put the right people in the right job--Listen to your staff--Remove frustration and barriers that fetter the people--Say 'thank you' publicly and privatelyJeffrey J. Fox, renowned for his innovative approach to business, has pondered the problem of acquiring great workers and motivating them to excel, and come up with this pithy and effective collection of rules to achieve these aims.
Power struggles - Lack of communication - Unconscious needs - Fear of rejection - Different interests - Out of date habits - Fear of intimacy - High expectations - Too busy.If even one of these issues causes problems in your relationships, then this book is for you. As Britain's top personal development guru - and married himself - Ben Renshaw is able to throw strong light on what we can all do to improve our relationships, no matter what the problem. In his view there are ten principles of a successful partnership or marriage: Letting go of the past. Knowing what you want to say 'Yes' to. Realising that Now is New. Deciding how you want to be. Fearing less, talking more. Sexual healing. The inevitability of change. Living a life of gratitude. Making love more important than the relationship. Remembering the spirit zone. Full of thoughtful, realistic advice, this is the book no caring, sharing person can afford not to read.
As unemployment becomes an issue on every graduate's and career changer's mind, apprenticeships are becoming the most legitimate and popular routes into work. But how do you choose the apprenticeship that's right for you? And for parents, how do you support and guide your child into the best possible career path? "Apprenticeships" uses friendly and jargon-free language to answer all of those questions and more. Based on real life experiences and insider knowledge it dispels common misconceptions, helps you assess all the alternatives, provides self assessment questionnaires and practical guidance on the application process. For both school leavers and adult learners, this is the only resource you'll need to make an informed decision. With information on funding, your rights, developing skills as well as information on key national and regional learning providers, "Apprenticeships" will give you the confidence and knowledge to pursue your chosen career and compete with other candidates.