Management Mauritius

12 Ways to Spring Clean Your Business

Now's the time to revisit the basics of your business, tune up operations, improve customer relations, and clear out any cobwebs.

02 May 2013,

4 Most Dangerous Assumptions CEOs Make About Business

Here are four common assumptions that CEOs make, and how you can avoid them.

02 May 2013,

5 Decision-making Types: Which One Are You?

New research from McKinsey offers insight into how to play up your strengths and compensate for weaknesses when you're the one calling the shots.

01 May 2013,

You Should Do Everything Yourself (Seriously)

Rotate through every position at your company regularly--and you won't overlook a brewing problem, or sharp new idea.

30 Apr 2013,

3 Unusual Ways to Help Employees Make Good Decisions

One CEO explains his quest to set up his staff for success at work--and in life.

29 Apr 2013,

How to Improve Employee-Boss Relationships

Everyone talks about employee engagement and emotional intelligence, but if you want a high-performance organization, you've got to walk the talk.

25 Apr 2013,

Why Getting Comfortable With Discomfort Is Crucial to Success

In an increasingly competitive, cautious and accelerated world, those who are willing to take risks, step out of their comfort zone and into the discomfort of uncertainty will be those who will reap the biggest rewards.

24 Apr 2013,

4 Reasons Your Employees Resist Change--And How to Overcome Them

Entrepreneurs get excited about change, but for staff members, it can be downright threatening. Here's how to get them on board.

24 Apr 2013,

How to Make a Decision When Your Team Doesn't Agree

In light of Margaret Thatcher's death, much discussion has ensued about her leadership style. That she could--and did--carry the day cannot disguise the fact that she polarized so many. She carried the majority, so what went wrong?

23 Apr 2013,

Spying on Employees: Should You Do It?

Software can tell you what your employees do, where they go, and with whom they interact. But are you simply collecting Big Data, or acting like Big Brother?

23 Apr 2013,

7 Common Excuses That Prevent an Employee From Being Great

It’s usually easier to come up with an excuse than it is to actually get something done. I’ve learned that many employees have the potential to be great, but they let excuses get in the way of their true potential. As a leader, it’s important to address these excuses and challenge your employees to be better. Here are some excuses that send my “BS meter” off the charts.

23 Apr 2013,

Confessions of a Bad Delegator

If you want to make sure something gets done, do you do it yourself? Read on, fellow micro-managers: It's time to get a little help.

22 Apr 2013,

3 Faces of Business Dysfunction

Entrepreneur Les McKeown says there are three types of people your company can't live without. Problem is, they often can't live with each other.

16 Apr 2013,

How to Cope with a Sales Slump

Sales slumps are like bad weather; keep your head down and soldier on.

11 Apr 2013,

Just Say No to Micromanaging

Micromanagement could have a huge long- and short-term negative impact on your ability to be effective as a manager.

02 Apr 2013,

8 Essential Parts to a Business (And How They Work Together)

A small business is a system in which all parts contribute to the success or failure of the whole.

23 Mar 2013,

4 Ways to Avoid Becoming a Micromanager

Trying to curb your tendency to micromanage? Here are four tips to help you and your employees stop micromanaging before it starts.

20 Mar 2013,

4 Unique Working Styles: What's Yours?

To get more out of your team, first figure out how your employees (and you) work best--and then assign tasks accordingly.

18 Mar 2013,

Two Ways to Get Your Team Engaged

Team meetings are supposed to be collaborative events. If you are doing all the talking and your team members are doing all the listening, something's not right. Here are two ways to revive your team and get their best thinking out on the table:

14 Mar 2013,

How to Play Clean Office Politics

Here is a simple four-step process to ensure that the right decision gets made.

13 Mar 2013,