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 Dealing with performance issues Abeceder associate Sue Heward explores the reasons for the under-performance of individual employees and describes the process of bringing their performance to that fulfils their full potential.
 Having the confidence to apply Lack of confidence is often all that stands between a competent professional and the world of management. Abeceder associate Cheryl Donnison explains how coaching can help to build confidence.
 What is the Pareto Principle and the Time Management Matrix? This article is focussed on 2 models, the Pareto Principle and the Time Management Matrix, designed to help readers examine how they approach and tackle work issues and help in improving their own personal organisational skills, working smarter rather than harder! The article explains what the models are, why they are important to you and your business and how to use them.
 How relaible is your safety system? The three parts of your system—mechanical, work process and human—all contribute to workplace safety. That is what John P. MacLean, from Orem, Utah USA told Safety World inc when asked to define a safe working system
 PEST and SWOT Analysis explained Abeceder associate Sue Heward explores problem-solving and decision-making, and focuses in this article on the use of both the PEST and SWOT Analysis models when analysing the business environment in order to decide future direction and actions. Sue describes these familiar terms and outlines how they can be used in the business context and why they are important to your business.
 First Eleven: Things to remember about exhibition visits In this article Abeceder associate Amanda Marsden explains how to turn a simple visit to an exhibition into the equivalent of a months worth of meetings.
 Dealing with performance issues Abeceder associate Sue Heward explores the reasons for the under-performance of individual employees and describes the process of bringing their performance to that fulfils their full potential.

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