Tuesday, December 30, 2014

Top 5 Smart Watches Of 2014


Pebble Watch and Pebble Steel

#1 Best Smart watch – Pebble Watch and Pebble Steel

The Pebble Smart watch is unanimously the crowd favorite. It set a new record for crowd source funding on Kick starter while still in the concept phase and its popularity has not since waned. The Pebble’s creators had the vision, had the experience, and most importantly, effectively marketed the hell out of this device even before the first unit shipped. In fact, we would dare to say that the Pebble single-highhandedly ignited the smart watch market frenzy that is just beginning to really surge.
We feel that, although the Pebble Smart watch is your best choice right now, it is still an incomplete product. We base this statement largely upon the complete lack of useful software. And, while we are sure that such software will be forthcoming, it is not available yet. However, the strength of this watch lies in its technical specs, in its ability to be upgraded through firmware and completed through software, and in the fact that its sheer popularity ensures that useful and productive apps will be available shortly.
UPDATE: Pebble Technology started shipping the Pebble Steel on January 28, 2014. The new smart watch has basically the same internals as the original Pebble, adding a more sophisticated steel case and band and an additional leather strap. We are putting the new Pebble Steel through its paces right now and will be posting a review shortly …
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Martian Voice Command Watches
#2 Best Smart watch – Martian Voice Command Watch
The Martian Smart watch is the most elegant of the currently available smart watches. Whereas the Pebble is designed as a stand alone smart device that functions in tandem with the user’s smartphone, the Martian is designed to be used simply as an extension of the smartphone. Nonetheless, the Martian Smart watch offers hands-free voice commands, messages and alerts display, and smartphone camera control. These features, combined with sophisticated styling, makes the Martian Smart watch a top choice for someone not looking to carry a full-fledged computer around on their wrist.
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I’m Watch Smartwatch
#3 Best Smart watch – I’m Watch
The i’m Watch is by far the best modern looking smart waach available today … not surprising considering it is Italian made. It has great looks, great specs, and just feels solid. The problem with this smart watch, like most of the contenders, is that the firmware and software just feel unfinished and incomplete. However, this shortcoming can be easily remedied should the much need updates be released. If i’m Watch can get the firmware and software right, we could see this beautiful piece of gear easily rising to the number one spot on our top 5 list … it is just that pretty.
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Sony Smartwatch 2 SW2
#4 Best Smart watch – Sony Smart watch 2 SW2
The most recent addition to our Top 5 smart watch list is the Sony Smart watch 2, a just released upgrade from Sony’s first crack at the emerging smart watch market. Although, before it was released, we felt that it was simply a rehash of the original Sony Smart watch 1, now that it has arrived it has turned out to be much more. Not evolutionary, but a true contender given the current state of smart watch technology. If this watch was not limited solely to Android phones, and included iOS and the iPhone into its fold, it would be ranked higher on our list of best smart watches. Be sure to read our upcoming in-depth review of the Sony Smart watch 2.
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ConnecteDevice Cookoo Smartwatch
#5 Best Smart watch – Connect Device Cookoo
Rounding out our favorite smart watches list is the Cookoo Watch. It is simple, unpretentious, and has few features. However, it is well designed, well constructed, and intended, like the Martian Passport, to function as an extension of the wearer’s smartphone, not a replacement of it. And, like our other picks, its software is incomplete with the feel of a beta. Nonetheless, once this issue is resolved, this sporty casual entry will definitely have a place in the emerging smart watch market, thus warranting inclusion onto the list of our top 5 favorite smart watches.
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Thursday, November 20, 2014

Solve Any Problem Using 10 Step Process

People who throw themselves at their problems often become frantic and confused. They take a haphazard approach to thinking, and then they are amazed when they find themselves floundering and making no progress.

Everyone talks about problem solving, but how do you do that? 

Here is a simple 10 step process to apply problem solving in a way anyone can apply. Give them away – print them out – put them on your desk. Use them.

1.Investigate and gather information – to see if it is really even a problem.

Instead of using the word problem, use the word situation, or call it a challenge or an opportunity. The more positive your language is, the more confident and optimistic you will be when approaching any difficulty. The more creative and insightful you will be in identifying creative solutions and breakthrough ideas

2.Define problem – write it down on paper (when we do this we get a different perspective) determine the cause if possible.

What exactly is the challenge you are facing? What is causing you the stress and anxiety? What is causing you to worry? Why are you unhappy? Write it out clearly in detail.

3.Brainstorm as many possible solutions you can think of, use other people, ask them – quantity is key, not quality – examples of how we stop this.
Ask, “What else is the problem?” Don’t be satisfied with a superficial answer. Look for the root cause of the problem rather than get sidetracked by the symptom. Approach the problem from several different directions.

4. Apply 80/20 rule to step 3 the ideas– at this point in time find which ideas might work and produce the biggest results with the lease amount of effort.
What exaclty must the solution accomplish? What ingredients must the solution contain? What would your ideal solution to this problem look like? Define the parameters clearly.

5.Pick one, decision using the 80/20 rule
Pick the best solution by comparing your various possible solutions against your problem, on the one hand, and your ideal solution, on the other. What is the best thing to do at this time under the circumstances?

6. Act on step 5 – do not let time elaps – key characteristic of successful people is they are decisive. Successful people have a clear goal, a lifetime goal, of where they want to go. Because of the clear picture of where they want to go, they know if their decision fits in or not. Unsuccessful people don’t know if their decision fits into their picture because they don’t have one. They don’t have goals

7. Follow up – inspect – we get what we inspect, not what we expect
Set measures on your decision. How will you know that you are making progress? How will you measure success? How will you compare the success of this solution against the success of another solution?

8. Evaluate your progress to date
Accept complete responsibility for implementing the decision. Many of the most creative ideas never materialize because no one is specifically assigned the responsibility of carrying out the decision.

9. Do 1-8 for parts of the problem not resolved or if problem is not resolved.
A decision without a deadline is a meaningless discussion. If it is a major decision and will take some time to implement, set a series of short-term deadlines and a schedule for reporting.

10. Document what you did – so you do not have to do this again.
Get busy. Get going. Develop a sense of urgency. The faster you move in the direction of your clearly defined goals, the more creative you will be. The more energy you will have. The more you will learn. And the faster you will develop your capacity to achieve even more in the future.

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Wednesday, November 19, 2014

The Value of Talent Management of Business in the Cloud

As cloud computing becomes the norm globally, it’s time to stop talking about TCO only, and start focusing on what really matters: the required business outcomes that change the conversation. The savviest human resources (HR) organizations adopting cloud-based software have already realized the exponential value it generates across the entire company in attracting and retaining top talent.
Talent management remains one of the top three priorities for CEOs. Yet according to the latest research from Oxford Economics, only 35 percent of surveyed executives worldwide believe the talent in leadership positions today is sufficient to drive global growth for their companies. If the lack of adequate leadership is a major impediment to achieving workforce goals ‒ and I believe this is the case ‒ then talent management is one of major challenges every company needs to address. The impact on companies can’t be overstated. According to research from PwC, one in four CEOs stated they were unable to pursue a market opportunity or had to cancel or delay a strategic initiative because of talent challenges. What’s more, the study also found that one in three is concerned that skills shortages will impact their company’s ability to innovate effectively.
The talent crisis is only getting worse as geographies and borders come down, and technology enables mobility of talent.
This is not just a conversation about talent management software. It is about what happens to how employees work, how managers manage, and how companies predict, plan and measure, by taking talent management to the cloud with the right software. I talk with SuccessFactors customers every day, and here are the types of things I hear:
Training and Development: “Whether it is video trainings creatable and viewable on mobile devices which quickly allow the transfer of knowledge, or workspaces connecting virtual teams globally, or forums to connect with customers and partners, our employees today demand access to collaboration platforms. They have to be as easy-to-use and accessible as the tools we have at home. People won’t tolerate going backward in technology at work.”
Real-Time Insights: “Connecting SuccessFactors data about employees in Employee Central to our SAP installations has drastically cut our administrative overhead, while providing real-time data on job costing. We immediately know who’s doing what work, what their skill sets are, and are able to trace back how we’re doing from a quality standpoint.”
Business Innovation: “We don’t need a whole bunch of IT people sitting around writing programs to interface things – it automatically happens. The information is already there, allowing us to focus our time on the important pieces, such as figuring out how we can create more business value for our internal and external customers.”
Strategic & Predictive HR: Tapping into the power of the cloud, HR is providing real-time answers that impact the business:
  • How can we ensure the right people with the right skills are in the right place—today and for the future?How do we better engage our workforce knowing that engaged employees are more productive, profitable, customer-focused?
  • What if we change the compensation scheme? How will it impact engagement and retention?
  • How do we ensure that global compliance is in place to quickly and easily enter new markets?
Winning the talent war requires a fundamental rethinking of HR strategies – innovative new ways to find people, develop capabilities, and share expertise. HR has a new data-driven role in the creation of a culture that manages performance, retains and engages workers, and develops leaders with an entrepreneurial spirit.
Talent Management in the cloud has astonishing powers to help companies not only address today’s toughest workforce challenges, but also everyone’s desire to simplify. CEOs have been talking about solving talent management for over ten years. Today we can do it. That’s why the future of HR is in the clouds.

Monday, July 07, 2014

Principles To Achieve Success

The Principles Always Work...If You Work the Principles
This is one of the best line i always remember and that help me for success. Success is something that we all want to attain. It’s a station of life that we dream about. Who doesn't want to be successful and powerful? To attain this success in your life, in whatever you dream to accomplish, you must realize that to increase your chances, it will all come down to you and the principles you set forth to make your dream a reality.
A person makes his or her own luck by setting goals,  following through and achieving them.
Follow these success principles to not only find more opportunities open up in your life, but to find greater security as well.

1. Always  appreciate yourself
“You, yourself, as muchas anybody in the entire universe deserve your love and affection.” ~Buddha
I’m not talking about appreciating the miracle of life, although it’s obviously an awesome thing. I’m talking about actually appreciating all the good things you’ve done for you and the world.
This may seem somewhat ego-driven, and out of place for a person who runs a site called Tiny Buddha. But take a minute to think about how valuable your actions are, both for you and other people.
All of our relationships depend upon our relationship with ourselves. If you don’t love yourself, you can’t possibly love someone else. If you don’t respect yourself, you likely won’t make respectable choices. If you don’t value your time, you probably won’t use your time in a way you might deem valuable.

The way you treat yourself dictates how you’ll treat the world around you. So today I say we should all recognize all the good we each do each day.
2. Have a goals along with yourself
You need to have well defined and organised goals in your life. Having goals is not enough, but you also need to work in the direction of completion of your goals. Set Goals which you can achieve. Make Goals and define it step wise.
Do whatever require for completion of your work. Never lose your hope. I've read many articles which describes that most of the person get tired and leave at the very end when they were about to succeed. So Have a unique and big goal, start small and act now to get succeed.
3. Get Clear vision
Think through where you’ll want to go. Develop a clear sense of what your final goal is, and keep this with you. By knowing the destination you want to reach, you can continually look at your current path and decide if it’s a route that will help you get where you want to go.

4. Think out of box
Thinking outside the box starts well before we’re “boxed in” – that is, well before we confront a unique situation and start forcing it into a familiar “box” that we already know how to deal with. Or at least think we know how to deal with.
Learning a new topic will not only teach you a new set of facts and figures, it will teach you a new way of looking at and making sense of aspects of your everyday life or of the society or natural world you live in.

5. Do what you want to do
The thing that’s stopping you from doing the task, or wanting to do it, is fear.If this fear were gone, you could just do the task easily.
Well, unfortunately, having unlimited freedom means unlimited choices, unlimited distractions, and nothing gets done. Simplify by putting restraints on yourself: do only one task at a time. Do this task for now.
By meditating on your intentions and fear, by letting go of ideals and embracing the suck, by giving yourself constraints and finding gratitude … you’re learning about yourself.

Friday, July 04, 2014

There Is Nothing Like Too Late

Do you want to be a Successful Person? or
Do you want to Start your own business? or
Do you want to be a Famous Person?

          Then start working hard in that field or in that way because there is no time of success. It will come to you only when you work hard and know the value of it. For become success you need to read books written  on successful person and you also need to read books of failure. With Successful books you will only know about how that person can achieve success, but with books written on Failure you will get different kinds of ideas about how to achieve success and how to overcome failure.
          There is no success a person can achieve without failure unless he/she lives so conceptually and that  person might not get too much success. You need to work hard with so many positive energy and thoughts. You should give your 100 percent. Just relax for some time and sit alone in quite place and think which kind of ways are there for you to achieve success.
           You should also work in your personality development, positive thinking, motivation, inspiration. Forget all of your negative energy. There is no scope on getting late or getting tired. Let me give you some of the examples, if Albert Enstine got tired than he wouldn't be able to give you equation E=mc2. But he was truly a great person who give us above equation.

4 steps that will make it easier for you to get started
1. Think about what you really want to change.
Maybe you already know it. It could be your social life, your confidence, your health or money situation. Or take a few days to think about it. Take time to focus on this because if you really want something then it becomes a whole lot easier to keep going.
Or let your curiousness guide you. Ask yourself: what would I like to explore in life now? Find one or a few areas to improve or habits you would like to incorporate into your life. Write them down.
2. Choose one thing or habit to focus on for now.
If you have found several things or habits you would like to focus on then choose to focus on just one at a time. Spreading yourself too thin pretty much always leads to failure because life tends to get in the way. If you have a regular life then you’ll probably won’t have the time and energy to change three things at once even though you really hope and think you can.
If you like, choose a theme for a year and focus just on that. I have chosen themes in the past like health and social skills. Then put most of your efforts for 365 days into creating new habits and routines in just that one area.
3. Take small steps.
This is very important. The feeling that something is too big or scary or difficult is one of the most common things to hold people back from taking action at all.
On the other hand, people also tend to overestimate their own willpower. The plan sounds so good in your head but when you execute it then you can’t really take as much action or move as fast as you thought.
Focusing on just one thing at a time and doing it in small steps may feel kind of like something a child would do. I have thought that was the case – like so many other people have  in the past – and then fallen flat on my nose after a few days or weeks of trying to change too many things too quickly.
Instead, ask yourself: what is one small step I can take to move forward in this situation?
I use that question pretty much every day in some way and it has been immensely helpful over the last couple of years.
4. Ask yourself: What is one small step I can take right now to get ball rolling ?
Don’t get stuck in planning. Or thinking that you will get started tomorrow or next week. Get the ball rolling instead. Do that today by just taking one small and practical step towards what you want

                Here I am presenting some of quotes given by great persons...
I'm convinced of this: Good done anywhere is good done everywhere. For a change, start by speaking to people rather than walking by them like they're stones that don't matter. As long as you're breathing, it's never too late to do some good.
Maya Angelou
“Nobody can go back and start a new beginning, but anyone can start today and make a new ending.”
Maria Robinson
“A year from now you may wish you had started today.”
Karen Lamb
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Sunday, June 29, 2014

Easy Steps for Improvement of Performance at Work

We can improve performance at work in many ways. Here some of ways are describe. Attitude and spending time determine s how successful you are at work.
Here 3 easy steps to improve your performance at work.
1) Have a better personality at work .
Mainly 85 percent of your success in work comes from your personality
and your ability to communicate effectively with others.
It can be determined by how much people like you and respect you. A likable person is often perceived as being better at what they do than a person with a negative personality.
The more you honestly and secencerly listen to another person the more that other person will like and trust you and want to give you additional help and responsibilities.
2)Positive Attitude
Improve Your performance by improving your positive mental attitude. People hire employees they like. When you make an effort to cultivate an attitude of friendliness toward people, they will make extraordinary efforts to open doors for you.
3) Manage your priorities.
To improve performance at work you must have ability to set priorities and to separate the relevant from the irrelevant. By doing this your subsequent promotion and increased pay are virtually guaranteed.
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Saturday, May 31, 2014

Positive thinking

Yes positive thinking...
A person is needed to have positive thoughts. If you don't have positive thoughts than you need to do work on your positive thoughts. ?

Reaction on thinking

Reaction? Yes of course reaction.
Do u know there is reaction in every thought...!!!
Even not only reaction but also reviews are present for reaction.

Thinking is necessary?

Yes, of course it is necessary.
There are mainly two types of thinking.
1st-Positive Thinking
2nd-Negative Thinking.
Among these two positive thinking is necessary in person's life

Wednesday, April 23, 2014

15 Things you should do to be always happy in the life.

1  Give up your need to be always right.
·   Would I rather be right, or would I rather be kind?-Wayne Dyer
2. Give up your need for control.
·     By letting it go it all gets done. The world is won by those who let it go. But when you try and try. The world is beyond winning.-Lao Tzu.
3.  Give up on BLAME.
4.   Give up your self-defeating self-talk.
·      The mind is a superb instrument if used rightly or wrongly. However it becomes very destructive.-Eckhart Tolle.
5.   Give up your limiting beliefs.
·      A belief is not an idea held by the mind, it is an idea that holds the mind.
6.    Give up complaining.
7.    Give up the luxury of CRITICISM.
8.    Give up your need to impress others.
9.    Give up your resistance to change.
·       Follow your bliss and the universe will open doors for you where there were only walls.
10.   Give up labels.
·        The highest form of ignorance is when you reject something you don’t know anything about.-Wayne Dyer.
11.   Give up on your fears.
12.   Give up your excuses.
13.   Give up the past.
14.   Give up attachment.
15.   Give up living your life to other people’s expectations.

7 Rules of Life

1. Make peace with your past so it won't screw up the present.
2. What others think of you is none of your business.
3. Time heals almost everything,give it time.
4. Don't compare your life with others & don't judge them.You have no idea what their journey is all about.
5. Stop thinking too much,it's alright not to know the answers.They will come to you when you least expect it.
6. No one is in-charge of your happiness,except you.
7. Smile,You don't own all the problems in the world.

Saturday, April 05, 2014

Personality Traits & Personality Types: What is Personality?

Stephanie Pappas,November 18, 2013 11:38pm ET     
What makes you who you are as a person? You probably have some idea of your own personality type — are you bubbly or reserved, sensitive or thick-skinned? Psychologists who try to tease out the science of who we are define personality as individual differences in the way people tend to think, feel and behave.
There are many ways to measure personality, but psychologists have mostly given up on trying to divide humanity neatly into types. Instead, they focus on personality traits.
The most widely accepted of these traits are the Big Four:
  • Conscientiousness
  • Extraversion
  • Agreeableness
  • Neuroticism
Conveniently, you can remember these traits with the handy OCEAN mnemonic (or, if you prefer, CANOE works, too).
The Big Five are the ingredients that make up each individual's personality. A person might have a dash of openness, a lot of conscientiousness, an average amount of extraversion, plenty of agreeableness and almost no neuroticism at all. Or someone could be disagreeable, neurotic, introverted, conscientious and hardly open at all.  Here's what each trait entails:


Openness is shorthand for "openness to experience." People who are high in openness enjoy adventure. They're curious and appreciate art, imagination and new things. The motto of the open individual might be "Variety is the spice of life."
People low in openness are just the opposite: They prefer to stick to their habits, avoid new experiences and probably aren't the most adventurous eaters. Changing personality is usually considered a tough process, but openness is a personality trait that's been shown to be subject to change in adulthood. In a 2011 study, people who took psilocybin, or hallucinogenic "magic mushrooms," became more open after the experience. The effect lasted at least a year, suggesting that it might be permanent.
Speaking of experimental drug use, California's try-anything culture is no myth. A study of personality traits across the United States released in 2013 found that openness is most prevalent on the West Coast.


People who are conscientious are organized and have a strong sense of duty. They're dependable, disciplined and achievement-focused. You won't find conscientious types jetting off on round-the-world journeys with only a backpack; they're planners.
People low in conscientiousness are more spontaneous and freewheeling. They may tend toward carelessness. Conscientiousness is a helpful trait to have, as it has been linked to achievement in school and on the job.


Extraversion versus introversion is possibly the most recognizable personality trait of the Big Five. The more of an extravert someone is, the more of a social butterfly they are. Extraverts are chatty, sociable and draw energy from crowds. They tend to be assertive and cheerful in their social interactions.
Introverts, on the other hand, need plenty of alone time, perhaps because their brains process social interaction differently. Introversion is often confused with shyness, but the two aren't the same. Shyness implies a fear of social interactions or an inability to function socially. Introverts can be perfectly charming at parties — they just prefer solo or small-group activities.


Agreeableness measures the extent of a person's warmth and kindness. The more agreeable someone is, the more likely they are to be trusting, helpful and compassionate. Disagreeable people are cold and suspicious of others, and they're less likely to cooperate.
Men who are high in agreeableness are judged to be better dancers by women, suggesting that body movement can signal personality. (Conscientiousness also makes for good dancers, according to the same 2011 study.) But in the workplace, disagreeable men actually earn more than agreeable guys. Disagreeable women didn't show the same salary advantage, suggesting that a no-nonsense demeanor is uniquely beneficial to men.


To understand neuroticism, look no further than George Costanza of the long-running sitcom "Seinfeld." George is famous for his neuroses, which the show blames on his dysfunctional parents. He worries about everything, obsesses over germs and disease and once quits a job because his anxiety over not having access to a private bathroom is too overwhelming.
George may be high on the neuroticism scale, but the personality trait is real. People high in neuroticism worry frequently and easily slip into anxiety and depression. If all is going well, neurotic people tend to find things to worry about. One 2012 study found that when neurotic people with good salaries earned raises, the extra income actually made them less happy.
In contrast, people who are low in neuroticism tend to be emotionally stable and even-keeled.
Unsurprisingly, neuroticism is linked with plenty of bad health outcomes. Neurotic people die younger than the emotionally stable, possibly because they turn to tobacco and alcohol to ease their nerves.
Possibly the creepiest fact about neuroticism, though, is that parasites can make you feel that way. And we're not talking about the natural anxiety that might come with knowing that a tapeworm has made a home in your gut. Undetected infection by the parasite Toxoplasma gondii may make people more prone to neuroticism, a 2006 study found.

Other personality measures

Though personality types have fallen out of favor in modern psychological research as too reductive, they're still used by career counselors and in the corporate world to help crystallize people's understanding of themselves. Perhaps the most famous of these is the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator. A questionnaire based on the work of early psychologist Carl Jung sorts people into categories based on four areas: sensation, intuition, feeling and thinking, as well as extraversion/introversion.
Sensing and intuition refer to how people prefer to gather information about the world, whether through concrete information (sensing) or emotional feelings (intuition). Thinking and feeling refer to how people make decisions. Thinking types go with logic, while feeling types follow their hearts.
The Myers-Briggs system is rounded out with the judging/perception dichotomy, which describes how people choose to interact with the world. Judging types like decisive action, while perceiving types prefer open options.

Tuesday, April 01, 2014

5 Leadership Styles to Inspire Peak Performance

leadership-styles-management-styles-peak-performanceWhat qualities and management styles do great managers possess to inspire and motivate their employees to deliver at their peak performance? The job of the manager is to get things done by leading others to success. Use these 5 leadership styles to get the most out of your employees.
It is important to develop management styles that suit different situations. Each leader has their own leadership styles and it is your job to inspire your employees to deliver at their peak performance.  Your ability to organize the work and to supervise your staff effectively to get the job done on schedule and on budget is the key to getting the results for which you are responsible.

The Best Management Styles

According to numerous surveys of employees in the work world, the best bosses and supervisors possess three management styles:
1. Structure. Everyone knows exactly what needs to be done, why it is to be done, and to what standard.
2. Consideration. The boss makes employees feel that he or she really cares about them.
3. Freedom. Good bosses give their people freedom to perform. Once they have assigned a task, they try to stay out of the way, except to comment and to help when needed.

Discovering Your Leadership Styles

One of your jobs as the leader is to be a teacher. The reason you are in charge is because of your leadership styles and your superior level of knowledge and skill. If you would like to continue to develop your management styles and master your true talents download my free report “Discovering Your Talents.”  One of the most helpful things you do is to pass on your knowledge and skill to those who report to you. Teach other people how to do the job that you have already mastered. You multiply your output by teaching someone else how to do something that only you can do. And you increase their value to the business.

The 5 Keys to Inspire Peak Performance

1. Accept complete responsibility for your staff. You choose them, you assign them, and you manage them. You are responsible for your staff to operate at their peak performance.
2. Look upon your staff with the same patience and understanding as you would look upon younger members of your family.
3. Practice the Friendship Factor with them, which is composed of three components: time, care, and respect. Give staff time when they want to talk. Express care and concern for them and their problems. Treat them with respect, the same way you would treat a customer or friend.
4. Practice Servant Leadership, by seeing your job as a position of trust with your subordinates. Just as they are there to serve you and the company, you are there to serve them, as well.
5. Practice Golden Rule Management. Treat each person the way you would like to be treated if the situation were reversed. When you practice Golden Rule Management—you manage other people the way you would like to be managed—you will elicit peak performance from your employees more than in any other way.

Get What You Need Out of Your Employees

By using and developing these techniques and leadership styles you will notice a change in your employees work. By practicing these management styles you will bring your team to great success, increase productivity in the workplace and inspire peak performance in your employees.
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