Fitness Industry Titles, Part 3: Director Titles

This is the third of four posts looking at the various titles within the fitness industry. Recently, I have connected with a lot of new people on LinkedIn, and it was surprising to see the variety in the titles they used (for those within the fitness industry or having some link to it). So, I decided… Read More

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Fitness Industry Titles, Part 2: Management Titles

This is the second of four posts looking at the various titles within the fitness industry. Recently, I have connected with a lot of new people on LinkedIn, and it was surprising to see the variety in the titles they used (for those within the fitness industry or having some link to it). So, I decided… Read More

Fitness Industry Titles, Part 1: Non-Management Titles

This is the first of four posts looking at the various titles within the fitness industry. Recently, I have connected with a lot of new people on LinkedIn, and it was surprising to see the variety in the titles they used (for those within the fitness industry or having some link to it). So, I decided… Read More

10 Phrases You Should Start Saying More Often at Work

The wisdom in the management literature suggests that trust is one of the prime motivators that can get you: great collaboration; increased employee engagement; and (lead to) positive business results. So, what is the starting point for trust? Well, in a word, ‘words’ – or more precisely, the words that you use. Within the context… Read More

Strategy Perception: Business Managers & Military Managers

Research Paper Title Variations in Strategy Perception among Business and Military Managers. Abstract The paper aims to identify the similarities and differences in the emphases and patterns that military and civilian managers attribute to strategy. Two different analysis methods were employed in order to achieve above mentioned research objective. In the first method, the aim was to reveal… Read More

Playing Managerial Roles in Military Operations

The military is not just another organisation, at least not all of it, all of the time. It is an organisation with at least two faces: One dealing with peacetime conditions and, hence, resembling an ‘ordinary organisation’; and One operating in ‘hot’ conditions, during crisis and peace operations or outright war (Soeters, in Wilderom and… Read More