How to manage your most valuable assets - people?

Written by Philip Lye

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Insurance – might have ‘an excess’ – MULTI-SKILL

Maintenance Show genuine interest, Develop Listening Skills

Regular Service Conduct regular performance management appraisals that are highly interactive and positive? Takerepparttar time or dorepparttar 151094 crime. Neglecting to performance manage you employees takesrepparttar 151095 agenda largely out of your hands and into theirs in times of strife.

Regular Inspection Being a peacemaker not a peacekeeper. A peacemaker makes peace! A peace keeper constantly keeps warring side apart - there is no peace justrepparttar 151096 appearance of peace.

Go for a Joy Ride Celebrate successes and Learn to have fun in your business.


(Phil’s law of unintended consequences) You don’t intend to fail; however,repparttar 151097 choices you make today will determine where you are placed tomorrow. Each choice builds on another and all of a sudden you have a foundation – good or bad – your decision my decision.

You cannot escape your responsibility to manage your people or they will manage your time and you.

People who feel and are genuinely valued are priceless and add great value to your business.

The ball is in your court!

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Philip Lye is Director of Biz Momentum. Philip has considerable international and cross cultural experience. He works with small to medium businesses to help them cut throughrepparttar 151098 maze of people matters. Clients get specific actionable strategies to protect their business interests. For more information on Philip, visit and subscribe to his free monthly newsletter.

Philip Lye is Director of Biz Momentum Pty Ltd and provides professional management services for -

•Strategic Human Resource Management •Employee Relations Advice •Workplace Health & Safety Compliance Strategies •Management Skills Training

Philip holds qualifications in Accounting, Leadership, Human Resource Management, Industrial Relations and is a qualified accountant.

Crossing Your T’s Before You Can Dot Your I’s

Written by Steven Hapeman

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