How to explain Professionalization | Bill Barry

This webinar provides information from experiences, situations, dilemmas, confrontations, and a counter idea more known by teachers, researchers, and those with the education, and the qualifications from an accredited learning organizations, universities who provide more than an “adequate,” teacher/training. In fact, ideas for today’s teachers for the 21 centuries, are presented, updated, and remain essential […]

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Affects of Negative Feedback on Employee’s Performance

Negative input is something that most representatives want to stay away from their manager. Negative input for the most part flags that the worker has not finished all parts of her occupation acceptably and that there is requirement for development. In any case, not all negative input essentially should be adverse to worker resolve. In […]

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5 Types of Work Place Hazards

A hazard is anything in the workplace that has the potential to harm people. Hazards can include objects in the workplace, such as machinery or dangerous chemicals. The most common and present in most workplaces at one time or another include unsafe conditions that can cause injury, illness and death, safety hazards include: Spills on […]

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Employee Empowerment – A tool to success!

Ownership, to anything is the main reason for its success. When a company’s employees are empowered they are tend to be more confident, committed, loyal and conscientious. They are eager to share their ideas and can serve as strong representatives of their organizations. The principle of employee empowerment pertains to management allowing employees to make […]

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Organizational Development Practitioner

An OD practitioner is a person who provides professional services i.e. diagnosing systems, developing interventions, and helping to implement them. They refer to at least three sets of people, first those who specialize in OD as professionals and traditionally focus on humanistic values but now include organizational effectiveness and competitiveness. Second are those who specialize […]

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How To Deal With A Defensive Employee

Defensive Employee Dysfunctional/Defensive behavior is a persistent or out of the ordinary reaction that doesn’t fit the situation be it a feedback on performance, an update on task or explanation of any work done/not done. The examples of these reactions are: Being rude to the supervisor and not getting the job assigned done. Negative perception […]

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