Shelley Holmes

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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Employee Motivation Program: Success For The Long-Term!

    Employee motivation is not a one day event where everyone has 'Group hugs'. Employee motivation is possibly a lot easier and a lot more complex than you ever thought. This paper explains about 8 areas of focus for the leader who wants to engage his/her team members. Know about your...

    Provided By Shelley Holmes

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Types Of Conflict In The Workplace

    Whether you like it or not at some point you are going to face some type of conflict in the workplace. This paper provides a quick list of the most common types of conflict along with an important rule to follow to successfully resolve personality conflicts. Conflicts can arise between...

    Provided By Shelley Holmes

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Effective Ways To Reward Employees: It Depends If You Want A Short-Term Fix Or Not!

    Most reward and recognition programs inhibit high performance and encourage even more of the traditional behaviors that originate from command and control style organizations. There is no truly successful quick fix to engaging people so they want to perform at high levels. To inspire people to consistently, and over a...

    Provided By Shelley Holmes

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Values, Vision And Team Mission Statements (Your Honor Code)

    Clearly articulating the team's Honor Code is critical to the success of any team and business. Developing a team's Honor Code, which includes the values, vision and team mission statements, can be one of the most frustrating and cynicism provoking activities you will ever undertake. But it doesn't have to...

    Provided By Shelley Holmes

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Developing A Team Vision Statement

    The essence and excellence of your vision statement is what will drive the behaviors, creativity, innovation, commitment, engagement and determination of the people within the organization. If your vision statement opens people's eyes to what is possible and inspires them to work toward achieving it, then it has served its...

    Provided By Shelley Holmes

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Developing A Team Mission Statement

    The process of developing a team mission statement can be difficult and time-consuming. Developing a team mission statement is not an exact science. You are simply fleshing out the distinctive competencies and primary reason for existence of your team. Identifying your distinctive competence is important as it enables the team...

    Provided By Shelley Holmes

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Employee Motivation Program: Success For The Long-Term!

    Employee motivation is not a one day event where everyone has 'Group hugs'. Employee motivation is possibly a lot easier and a lot more complex than you ever thought. This paper explains about 8 areas of focus for the leader who wants to engage his/her team members. Know about your...

    Provided By Shelley Holmes

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Types Of Conflict In The Workplace

    Whether you like it or not at some point you are going to face some type of conflict in the workplace. This paper provides a quick list of the most common types of conflict along with an important rule to follow to successfully resolve personality conflicts. Conflicts can arise between...

    Provided By Shelley Holmes

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Effective Ways To Reward Employees: It Depends If You Want A Short-Term Fix Or Not!

    Most reward and recognition programs inhibit high performance and encourage even more of the traditional behaviors that originate from command and control style organizations. There is no truly successful quick fix to engaging people so they want to perform at high levels. To inspire people to consistently, and over a...

    Provided By Shelley Holmes

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Values, Vision And Team Mission Statements (Your Honor Code)

    Clearly articulating the team's Honor Code is critical to the success of any team and business. Developing a team's Honor Code, which includes the values, vision and team mission statements, can be one of the most frustrating and cynicism provoking activities you will ever undertake. But it doesn't have to...

    Provided By Shelley Holmes

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Developing A Team Vision Statement

    The essence and excellence of your vision statement is what will drive the behaviors, creativity, innovation, commitment, engagement and determination of the people within the organization. If your vision statement opens people's eyes to what is possible and inspires them to work toward achieving it, then it has served its...

    Provided By Shelley Holmes

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Developing A Team Mission Statement

    The process of developing a team mission statement can be difficult and time-consuming. Developing a team mission statement is not an exact science. You are simply fleshing out the distinctive competencies and primary reason for existence of your team. Identifying your distinctive competence is important as it enables the team...

    Provided By Shelley Holmes