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- US wakes up to `power sharing' Maclachlan, Rob // People Management;10/05/95, Vol. 1 Issue 20, p15
States that top American companies are beginning to take empowerment of `power sharing' seriously. Companies that are testifying to the value of empowerment; Power sharing at Motorola and AT&T's Consumer Communications Services unit; How companies with high use of power-sharing programs...
- Time to stand Maslow's hierarchy on its head? Wooldridge, Ewart // People Management;12/21/95, Vol. 1 Issue 25, p17
Opinion. Argues that individuals need some radical thinking if they were to bridge the widening gap between the rhetoric of empowerment and the increasingly uncertain and fruitless reality of work. Interpretation of Abraham Maslow's theories; Impact of the organisational shake-outs of the past...
- Take me to your (personnel) leader. Fonda, Nickie; Rowland, Hilary // People Management;12/21/95, Vol. 1 Issue 25, p18
Explains the advantages that empowerment can bring. Reasons why empowerment is still a concept more talked about than practise; Example of empowerment; Suggestions for an empowered personnel function. INSET: How empowered is your personnel function?..
- Improving employee empowerment. Hildula, Leslie // CPA Journal;Jan1996, Vol. 66 Issue 1, p70
Discusses employee empowerment and what this entails. Why communication must be improved; Benefits to company and employee; Principles of employee empowerment; Five suggestions to influence interpersonal communication skills improvement.
- Create safe learning environment for employees to explore winning solutions. Jones, Tom // Business Journal Serving Fresno & the Central San Joaquin Valley;04/06/98, Issue 322286, p10
Presents a four-step process to helping dysfunctional employees solve their own problems. Need for employers to create a safe learning environment where employees can explore possible solutions without fear of recrimination; Identification of the cause of problem; Selection of possible...
- Turning up the heat. Willard, Marsha // Journal for Quality & Participation;Jul/Aug95, Vol. 18 Issue 4, p82
Presents a guide to encouraging managers to empower employees. Resisting change; Providing information; Providing training; Modeling; Two peer support strategies; Informal feedback; Involvement; Executive feedback; Formal measurement and rewards; Reassignment.
- The key to being a leader company: Empowerment. Khan, Sharafat // Journal for Quality & Participation;Jan/Feb97, Vol. 20 Issue 1, p44
Examines the effects of changes in the work place and the importance of employee empowerment. Benefits of enpowerment to companies; Traits which characterize a leader company; Definition of empowerment; How managers view enpowerment; Identification of risks involved.
- Put the monkey on the employee's back. Ridilla, Paul // Plumbing & Mechanical;Oct96, Vol. 13 Issue 8, p118
Gives insight on how contractors can give their employees the opportunity to control their own livelihood. Resolutions for contractors who look for ways to provide their employees satisfactory wages and still remain competitive; Best option for a fair evaluation of a management employee.
- Keys to empowering employees. Sorohan, Erica Gordon // Training & Development;May95, Vol. 49 Issue 5, p12
Presents Hawthorn Suites director of marketing and operations services Sue Gordon's tips in ensuring the positive impact of empowerment training on employees. Need for managers' commitment to empowerment through participation in the training; Showing employees how they help improve the bottom...
- Time to trust the worker. // Management Today;Sep96, p20
Discusses employee empowerment in Great Britain. Companies' claim of empowering their workforces; Clocking of employees; Results of Tate & Lyle Sugars' introduction of a card-operated access control system on its employees.