The Bute Group Ltd’s Subsidiaries

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The Bute Group Ltd The Bute Group, Bute House, 16 Hillfield Close, Harrow, HA2 6BA Telephone +44 (0) 203 489 6734 www.thebutegroup.com Company Number: 11158488   Bute Ltd Bute House, 16 Hillfield Close, Harrow, HA2 6BA Telephone +44 (0) 203 489 … Continued

6 Ways Managers Can Create Better Relationships With Their Team

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Notice your Reflection – As a manager it is hard to miss how your own attitude, behaviour, and possibly more so your mood impacts that of your team. It is very difficult to maintain motivation within your team when you yourself are feeling demotivated and potentially miserable within your role.

If your staff are not performing, promote them!

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Some individuals who have demonstrated learned helplessness have been promoted into a managerial position. Within the workplace learned helplessness can be demonstrated when an individual continues to carry out an action knowing it is not working and yet, not changing … Continued

Changing Perception relies on Values

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Oh WOW, the energy levels in the room shot up. There was a mix of indignation, anger, disbelief and wishing. This Manager had the audacity to say he based the salary figures on what he considered the others worth…

Certainly one way of raising the energy, not one that I would advocate.

The ‘C’ approach and Managers – career limiting?

Fear of Challenge

A lot of Managers fear challenge. This is often due to them fearing being seen as a lesser Manager, someone who does not have all the answers, they feel foolish when this happens. It can feel humiliating for them. Their response is one of anger, resentment and as a result they close down; their team learns very quickly to stop challenging and become submissive.

Attitude, Values and Beliefs – 3:2 Management Model

How do you rate attitude? Would one measurement be based on smiles? How professional their language and tone of voice is? Or even the happiness in their voice? It is all so subjective, just as happiness is not a universal standard, or what sounds professional to one may sound stand offish to another.

The Neil Diamond Effect – Managers Engagement

After some time and more great songs those on the elevated seats around the arena started to get off their seats and dance. It started slowly with only the first couple of rows dancing, this was followed up with a ripple effect until the majority of people in all the rows were up and dancing.

It was interesting to watch the engagement with his audience and how time, influence or maybe confidence took over and Mr Diamond had the majority of people on their feet.

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