Managers often look to individuals when a problem occurs. When that doesn't work, or when problems repeat, a system problem could exist. In this session attendees will explore operations, facility design, and processes that can affect production and camaraderie at work.
What motivates individuals to perform, and how can you improve their responses to a request to do more? Attendees will explore facets of motivation and evaluate how they may unwittingly shut down enthusiasm.
The average U.S. company loses 7% of its annual revenue to fraud, with the median fraud loss for all businesses at $175,000, and the median fraud loss for small businesses at $200,000. In fact, private companies have the highest incidence of fraud (39.1%), with public companies coming in at second (28.4%), according to the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners' (ACFE) 2008 Report to the Nation on Occupational Fraud and Abuse.
Work is a place where people go to get a job done. Hopefully, they like it. Jobs don't exist (primarily) for personal growth, although good employers provide a positive environment for employee development. Smart employers invest in the development of their employees - - the team. That includes honoring diversity. Employers also must keep the business healthy; their employees are hired to do a job. How can employers do both?