Kevin Ian Schmidt

Category Archives: Management

are you prepared for a crisis

Crisis Management – Are You Prepared?

Research by Oxford Metrica shows that it is not the fact of suffering a crisis that damages a business – in reality no business can eliminate the possibility of a problem- rather, what really counts is how the organization is seen to manage the crisis: take control quickly, respond professionally, and communicate well and the […]

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The 7 Secrets of Effective Leaders

This article not only lists the characteristics of effective leaders but also it can act as a guideline for our own behavior if we are in a leadership position. Often, we receive no guidance once we have been promoted and leadership positions can be quite lonely. They Learn. Effective leaders are constantly learning. They read, […]

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Strategies Behind Crisis Management

Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall Humpty Dumpty had a great fall All the king’s horses and All the king’s men Couldn’t put Humpty Dumpty together again   You’re probably wondering what disaster recovery/ crisis management has to do with Humpty Dumpty. Think about Humpty Dumpty being that great project… that great idea… that great […]

5 Rules of Workplace Safety Management

There are certain rules of human behavior that must be considered when developing a process of safety management. If you violate these rules, you will fail in your objective to develop a safer workplace. The rules themselves are simple, however, don’t be deceived because they have a great influence on human behavior. Repetition: To get […]

Productivity without work

The best way to appear productive without doing anything is to pass all your work off on others, while still maintaining oversight, so you can take the credit. Don’t just pass the work off to co-workers, that is a quick way to get noticed in your plan, instead go to websites where you can hire […]