Management Mauritius

Three Tips for Leading People Older Than You

Seniority no longer reigns in today's organizations. In fact, it's not uncommon to manage people 10 or 20 years older than you. Leading is hard enough when you have experience on your side. Here are three ways to make sure your age doesn't betray you:

11 Nov 2012,

5 Reasons People Stay Stuck in Their Careers

If you don’t like what you do, how can your productivity and performance at work increase? How can organizations grow and compete when their employees lack competitive hunger? As much as an organization is responsible to provide their employees the leadership, workplace culture and tools to thrive, the employee is equally as accountable to find satisfaction in their careers.

09 Nov 2012,

8 Mistakes to Avoid When Starting a Business From Home

Launching a business from home can provide tremendous flexibility and the kind of work-life balance that we all crave. But the reality is that home businesses bring their own set of challenges, says Caroline Daniels, lecturer for entrepreneurship and technology at Babson College in Wellesley, Mass.

09 Nov 2012,

Three Rules for Making Your Writing Clear

In business writing, you get points for clarity, not style. Instead of trying to wax poetic about your division's plans for the next 60 days, just make your point. Here are three ways to do that:

09 Nov 2012,

Five Tips to Doing Your Own PR

Public relations is about helping to make people aware of your start-up and make it stick in their mind so that when they need to buy from the industry in which your business operates, they think of your company first.

08 Nov 2012,

Prepare to Answer Customers’ Toughest Questions

No salesperson likes to take a hard question from a skeptical prospective customer. But since providing good answers is often the difference between winning and losing their business, it pays to get it right:

07 Nov 2012,

5 Most Effective Ways to Sell Change

Change can scare a lot of people, but in today’s workplace – managing change is what keeps people relevant. Being held accountable for managing change and making things better in your work is the new normal.

07 Nov 2012,

8 Core Beliefs of Extraordinary Bosses

The best managers have a fundamentally different understanding of workplace, company, and team dynamics. See what they get right.

06 Nov 2012,

Your Management Style: Hopefully It’s None of These

There are four kinds of managers that I have seen and heard much about. They find their way into one small business or another and just help things unravel. Sometimes the owner brings them right through the front door, tucked behind their own personality.

06 Nov 2012,

How To Stay Alert During Meetings: the Cheat Sheet

Eyelids drooping; attention wavering; shoulders slumping. We've all been there. Avoid the terrible mid-meeting slump with these top tips from Mike Doyle, De Vere Venues.

05 Nov 2012,

5 Ways to Set a New Company Up for Success

Starting your own business forces you to face your limitations, test out every idea in the real world and accept that sometimes what looked great on paper can be downright difficult to execute.

04 Nov 2012,

How to Create a Winning Business Idea: in Six Easy Steps

I often meet business founders whose minds are overflowing with brilliant ideas for new products. They seem to develop terrific new concepts every single day of their lives. They are watchful, always inquiring, perceptive and continually seeking (and often finding) the next big thing.

02 Nov 2012,

Funniest Excuses for Missing Work

If you’ve never heard an outrageous excuse for missing work, you haven’t been a manager for very long. But here are a few from CareerBuilder that just might top the charts:

31 Oct 2012,

Management Tips: How to Do More with Less

It’s a phrase that’s been used a little too much in recent years, but Harvard Business Review offers ways to “do more with less” that might be worth considering.

30 Oct 2012,

Management Tips: Focus on a Problem, Not Your Passion

When it comes to careers, we’re told to follow our passions. But you might find greater satisfaction if you work on big problems. Whether it’s an issue in education, health care, climate change, poverty, or technology; figure out how you can contribute to a solution.

25 Oct 2012,

Management: Develop Your Emotional Quotient

Management has changed over the last couple of decades. The old 80’s style of management and motivating people by fear has evolved and today’s management is a much more supportive, encouraging, inclusive and altogether more effective form of directing and developing people.

23 Oct 2012,

The 25 Most Influential Business Management Books

There's never a shortage of new books about how to be more effective in business. Most of them are forgettable, but here are 25 that changed the way we think about management — from the iconic "How to Win Friends and Influence People" to groundbreaking tomes like "Guerilla Marketing" and quick reads like the "The One Minute Manager".

23 Oct 2012,

Moi Cok Wah, a talent management leader in South East Asian and Asian countries, is in Mauritius

What is talent management?

30 Jun 2011,

First management book by Mauritian author

The book covers a wide spectrum in terms of content and stresses on the impact of culture on management evolution and its development in Mauritius

22 Apr 2011,

Centara Poste Lafayette Resort & Spa Mauritius got new operator

04 Apr 2011,