- Leading for Results. Rinke, Wolf J. // Executive Excellence;Mar2001, Vol. 18 Issue 3, p12
Presents several leadership strategies for the achievement of better financial results. Achievement of consensus through worker participation; Use of coercion during emergencies; Establishment of emotional bond with employees.
- Trust, an asset in any field. Mayer, Roger C. // Baylor Business Review;Fall1998, Vol. 16 Issue 2, p8
Deals with the importance of nurturing long-term relationships in business. Labor market trend; Information on employer-employee relationship; Role of trust in companies.
- Trust between coworkers is vital to building an organization. Glacel, Barbara Pate // Business Journal Serving Fresno & the Central San Joaquin Valley;06/29/98, Issue 322322, p20
Focuses on the importance of building trust between coworkers in building an organization. Tips on trust building; Reliability of information.
- Grateful managers, greater workers. Kazan, Dick // Fairfield County Business Journal;3/18/2002, Vol. 41 Issue 11, p34
Focuses on the importance of employer-employee relationship to the success of the business. Motivation of employee; Views on lawyers and business consultants; Tips in achieving creativity in the workplace.
- How to handle the critic. Fowler, Beth // Supervision;July97, Vol. 58 Issue 7, p10
Offers advice on how to handle criticisms in businesses. Steps in reducing frustration after receiving criticisms; Ways on to handle destructive criticisms.
- Checking for errors: Can anyone be trusted? Pollock, Ted // Supervision;Nov90, Vol. 51 Issue 11, p25
Reports on a nationwide survey conducted by Communispond Inc. on business writing which reveals mistrust between executives and their secretaries in the United States. Quality of executive writing; Pet peeves; Survey sample; Sample questionnaire.
- The Golden Nuggets on the Factory Floor. Imberman, Woodruff // Business Horizons;Jul/Aug86, Vol. 29 Issue 4, p63
Focuses on the importance of labor-management cooperation on business industry development. Relevance of in-house management programs monitoring on the business operations; Management concerns on the personnel; Contribution of hourly worker to lower labor costs.
- Supervising across language barriers. // Landscape Management;Nov94, Vol. 33 Issue 11, p11
Presents practical ideas to improve communication between managers and employees whose English is limited. Tips from author Sondra Thiederman; Understanding `English/Second Language (ESL) employees'; Use of simple words and sentence structures; Inviting questions from employees; Learning...
- Internal communications: Have we missed the mark? Larkin, T.J.; Larkin, Sandar M. // Communication World;Mar1995, Vol. 12 Issue 3, p12
Presents strategies to improve communication between the administration and frontline employees. Selecting the person to introduce changes to the frontline; Content of communication with the employees.