Back to Back Issues Page newsletter #006 Keep New Years Resolutions - Jan 12 2005
January 12, 2005

January - Management for the Rest of Us


HAPPY NEW YEAR to one and all! For those of us who start a new year with good intentions that never quite materialise, I’ve just the article for you. Turn those good intentions into reality by following the 5 goal setting tips and help you keep your new years resolutions. And don’t forget the f’ree goal setting guide as a useful resource – it’s been getting excellent feedback :>)

After the busy holiday period, people start moving jobs again. As a guide to people responsible for new starters, there’s an article on staff induction plans and how to get new people on board fast. First impressions stick, so make sure you make the right one with your new people!

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Lyndsay Swinton

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1. How To Keep New Years Resolutions: 5 Goal Setting Tips
“What am I doing? Where am I going? There’s got to be more to life than this!….” New Years resolutions spring up from our attempts to answer such tricky questions. I won’t pretend to know the answers, but I can share 5 goal setting tips on how to keep New Years resolutions. After all, the quickest New Years resolutions to be broken are usually quickly formed, poorly thought out goals...

2. Staff Induction Plans: 7 Top Tips To Get New Employees Up To Speed Fast
The quality of your staff induction plans says more about your managerial style and company culture than you think. At its simplest, employees work harder for companies that care for them, and hard working employees keep customers happy, bringing money into the company. You put loads of effort into attracting and retaining customers – can you say the same about your new employees?...


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