Meir Ezra on rules for successful staff management

Meir Ezra Rules for successful staff management

If you can successfully manage people, you get more done and do more good with a group than you can as an individual. You are paid well because you are valuable to your company or organization. In fact, the best-paying jobs in this world are given to managers because good managers are so rare.

Unfortunately, they do not teach people management skills in traditional schools. Even business schools do not teach you how to hire people, improve their performances, resolve their disagreements, boost their morale and so on. Until L. Ron Hubbard worked out the skills and techniques you need for managing people, you had to learn how to manage on your own.

1. Do not expect to improve your status or popularity with your staff members by giving them raises. You improve your status by doing your job and actively leading your group.

For example, one of your employees says, “Come on Boss, I really need that raise. I’ll be loyal to you and make sure everyone likes you, if you give me the raise. Okay?” You say, “Sorry Jed. No raise. Maybe if you improve your productivity for a few months we can discuss it. Let’s get to work on that project as we’re already behind.”

2. Do not pull people off their jobs. It makes them feel insecure. They get the idea you have partially fired them and so they quit.

For example, you decide to answer the phone whenever you hear it ring. Your receptionist only gets to answer the phone when you are busy. Soon, the other employees start to answer phone calls whenever you are busy. Your receptionist quits.

3. You can make people work very hard as long as they are doing the job they were hired to do.

For example, your computer system crashes and 5000 records need to be entered by your data-entry staff before they can do their normal data-entry work. Because they were hired to do data entry, you say, “I know this will be hard, but you people need to get these 5000 records entered by the end of the day, even if you need to work all night. And then by the end of tomorrow, you need to catch up your regular work, as well.” The data-entry staff grumble a bit, but soon they are working harder than ever. They laugh about having pizza for dinner and make up a game to finish before 7 pm.

Meir Ezra gave a Lesson of the lifetime

Meir Ezra On this Genius Tour Gave a Lesson Of The Lifetime

In the year 2014, on a tour named Genius Tour, he addressed a large number of people in a 2-day seminar. With his fun filled and informational and inspirational presentation, he has won many hearts. His accent reflects that he is an Israeli. The ideas he shared with the people present in the seminar were stand alone and need your time to get absorbed. At the seminar he gave the real and simple meanings of the words that are frequently used, but are never considered deeply. You will be amazed to learn them and feel within that ‘Meir Ezra, you are really a genius.

Mr. Meir Ezra began with the meaning of truth. According to him, accurate place, time, event and form does not include continuation. However, a lie is the contrary to place, time, event and form. Also, it continues. He also told that – you (all human beings) are out best and worst judge. When you do something that you shouldn’t have, you feel bad, even if you don’t let it get expressed. Similarly, when you do something good, you feel glad. He also mentioned the words defined in the first dictionary that was scripted by Webster for empowering people to know various words. This bestow them with power and they will not be cheated upon.

Meir Ezra – coach who guarantees financial results

Meir Ezra - coach who guarantees financial results

I recently met a gentleman named Meir Ezra. We had coffee together a couple of weeks ago when I was in Florida. He was explaining to me that he offers seminars and coaching with guaranteed results. I was pretty skeptical of this, but when he explained just one of the techniques he uses to help his clients boost their income, it made a lot of sense to me.

I am a registered investment advisor and only bill my clients for results. Instead of earning brokerage commissions or kick-backs from selling mutual funds and insurance, I only make money when my clients earn a positive return. Of course, most individual investors are in the same boat, only rewarded by growing their capital. The bottom line is the bottom line for myself and my fellow investors reading this. We need results.

What I found very interesting about one of the things Meir Ezra does at his Guaranteed Prosperity seminars is that he teaches people how to eliminate their feelings of guilt, shame and regret surrounding money. More over, he has his seminar attendees continue this process until they are making more money. This all happens in a space of a few hours or days at most.

I’m familiar with the technique Meir Ezra uses to do this and I’ve had so many successes doing it myself, that I highly recommend other investors and entrepreneurs check him out. To continue investing while still having feelings of guilt, shame or regret about money is an accident waiting to happen. We’ve all made mistakes with money, but there’s no reason to allow these things to continue to have any effect.

Meir Ezra – Ideas to Improve Your Hiring Strategy

Meir Ezra - Ideas to Improve Your Hiring Strategy

If you do not already use a software tracking system for your recruitment system, it is time to upgrade. Spreadsheets and simplistic data management is no longer enough to manage potential employees. Like customers, recruits need full profiles that include all information available about them and their relationship with the company. These profiles need to be closely tied to the recruit’s position without the recruitment project so that all HR workers can see at a glance what stage the recruit has reached and what decisions currently need to be made regard their status. With so many hosted options available for tracking today, there is no reason not to use such a handy system.

Social media can help your recruiting efforts, but only if you are willing to properly invest enough time and resources in social networks. Closely managed your Facebook and LinkedIn accounts. Participate in discussions, seek out potential talent, and regularly post about important industry trends or business news. The more you become involved, the more easily you will find and connect with recruits. Again, there are plenty of software solutions and vendor platforms available to manage social media if you do not currently have enough time to invest.

Job descriptions are more of a science than an art in this digital age. You need to create a job announcement and job description that utilize several important keywords to describe the position and allow potential recruits to easily find it through their own searches. It is a good idea to create several keyword combinations before making your job description, then make the description based around these words – and any legal requirements your company may have regarding job postings. It is a good idea to keep a database of landing pages for entry-level positions so you can access and repost them whenever necessary.