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TMSC International® Management & Leadership: Happy Father’s Day!

Happy Father's Day! from TMSC Consulting SVCS, LLC Management & Leadership Division, holidays are a great way to connect with employees!

TMSC International® Management & Leadership: Happy Mother’s Day!

Happy Mother's Day: The Holidays are an excellent way to improve employee relations!

TMSC International® Management & Leadership: Marketing: In Business is a Process

According to Armstrong & Kotler (2009), marketing is:

  • Creating and Capturing Customer Value

Armstrong & Kotler (2009) also identify the key elements of  a customer-driven marketing strategy. The marketplace includes:

  • Needs which create “market offering”,
  • Wants which create “market offering”, and
  • Demands.

A simple marketing process includes:

  1. Understand!
  2. Design!
  3. Construct!
  4. Build!
  5. Capture value!

If you are designing a customer-driven marketing strategy “marketing management” is important. “Marketing Management” is:

  • “The art and science of choosing target markets and building profitable relationships with them” (Armstrong & Kotler, 2009).

Remember the potential profitability of a product and its production and the projected  loyalty.

Reference:

Armstrong, Gary & Kotler, Philip (2009). Marketing An Introduction, 9e. upper Saddle River, New Jersey: Pearson Prentice Hall.

TMSC International® Management & Leadership: Survival, Relationships, and Success

Philip Town would say that he credits Jim Collins with the three circle idea of:

  1. Passion
  2. Talent
  3. Money

Tres Scott would call this three  circle idea:

  1. Gifts
  2. Passion
  3. Lifestyle

Source:

Town, Philip (2007). Rule #1. Three Rivers Press: New York.

TMSC International® Management & Leadership: Public Speaking/Presentations/Lecturing/Speeches-Addresses

Writer Tres Mali Scott on TMSC Consulting SVCS, LLC Management & Leadership Division

Public speaking, presentations, lecturing, giving speeches and addresses is an “art”, some people have a natural ability and others a taught. Natural or taught, remember:

  • Practice in front of a mirror
  • Look at your facial expressions
  • Look at your body language
  • Practice your expressiveness through your body language

Why? The Precepts of Self:

  1. How we look and sound to ourselves
  2. How we think others think that we look and sound
  3. How others really think we look and sound

Individuals become more aware of how they come across to others.

Reference/Source:

Scott-Christian, Tres M. (1996, 1997, 1998, 1999) Guthrie Job Corps Center Leadership Training Program Class Curriculum. Guthrie Job Corps Center Counseling Department Leadership Training Program. Guthrie, Oklahoma

TMSC International® Management & Leadership: Management: Leader’s Styles of Communication For Decision Making

Writer Tres Mali Scott on TMSC Consulting SVCS, LLC Management & Leadership Division

As managers, supervisors, leaders, teachers, instructors, CEO’s, committee chairs, heads of board, decision making has styles of communication. There are four (4) styles of Leadership Decision Making that are simple to understand:

  1. Tell
  2. Sell
  3. Consult
  4. Join

Each of these styles of decisions making leadership depend on:

  • The amount of time for planning
  • Situation
  • How much information the followers have
  • How much input the followers have

Tell- in emergency situations- you do not have time to ask how someone feels about the situation. An example is a fire, earthquake, or other emergency situations.

Sell- this is usually used when a decision comes from upper and executive management, the individuals do not have input, and will have to follow the decision wether they like or agree or not.

Consult- this is usually used when there is time to plan for a situation, forecasting. The Leader consults with others, others that have enough information to help make the decision.

Join- this is usually used when the Leader and those consulted have enough information to both make the decision, the Leader is giving up all the control of the decision and is joining others to make the decision.

Reference/Source:

Scott-Christian, Tres M. (1998, 1999, 2000). Guthrie Job Corps Leadership Training Reference Guide. Guthrie Job Corps Center Counseling Department Leadership Training Program. Guthrie, Oklahoma.