Thursday, February 21, 2013

Why Good Employees Leave?

Employee ابن ناس





A study came up with this surprising finding: if you’re losing good people, look to their immediate supervisor.
More than any other single reason, he is the reason people stay and thrive in an organization. And he’s the reason why they quit, taking their knowledge, experience and contacts with them. Often, straight to the competition.





Manager/Supervisor ابن كلب 
“people leave managers not companies , write the authors Marcus Buckingham and Curt Coffman. “So much money has been thrown at the challenge of keeping good people – in the form of better pay, better perks and better training – when, in the end, turnover is mostly a manager issue.”

If you have a turnover problem, look first to your managers and supervisors.

Beyond a point, an employee’s primary need has less to do with money, and more to do with how he’s treated and how valued he feels. Much of this depends directly on the immediate manager.

Written by: David W. Richard 

This is how we want managers
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Monday, February 18, 2013

كيف تستطيع أن تصادق الآخرين وأنت عاجز عن مصادقة نفسك !

كيف تستطيع أن تصادق الآخرين وأنت عاجز عن مصادقة نفسك ! 

دكتور مصطفي محمود

Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Real Madrid VS Manchester United 2013

Santiago Bernabéu hosts Manchester United tonight after 10 years! 

Santiago Bernabéu


“Our intention is to win” Sir Alex doesn’t think it will be 0-0, what is your score prediction?

The legend says: Manchester united do not win in Spain :) 

Let's see tonight!



Sunday, February 10, 2013

Coca Cola Egypt's #Etganen Campaign Social Media Success


Again, +Coca-Cola Egypt impresses the community with a new POSITIVE campaign! Etganen "Be Crazy" which gained 2.6 million views on YouTube in less than a month to screw mobinil's song last Ramadan. 

Coca Cola Egypt is considered number 1 brand YouTube channel in Egypt after this huge success for their newest campaign #Etganin

Concept: Do something crazy and bring happiness to people who need it, don't look to people's negative comments, do what you feel comfortable and will bring happiness to others. 

The campaign on social media: 
Campaign has started on social media 6th of Jan, 2013 by uploading the commercial ad on YouTube to get 2.6 million views in one month! 

People loved the positive lyrics and was a perfect choice to let Karaoke band and Aida El Ayoubi perform it 

Watch Coca Cola Egypt's Commercial ad 



Today, Coca Cola has uploaded the full song to their YouTube channel which received around 60K views in less than 24 hours and counting... 


The campaign inspired fans to generate their own content using #Etganen song: 



Finally, Coca Cola has succeeded to explore the positivity in their fans by giving a simple idea with valuable principles 

Wednesday, February 6, 2013

England beats Brazil after 23 years!

Finally, England national team has overcame the Samba team Brazil in a fantastic game on Wembley Stadium tonight. Rooney & Lampard secured the Wembley win while Fred scored the Brazilian goal.





Tuesday, February 5, 2013

Different thinking styles


Whole Brain Thinking & Assessment
•The concept and process of Whole Brain thinking was discovered and pioneered over 35 years ago by Ned Herrmann, a physicist, entrepreneur, artist and musician.
•Ned spent most of his career as a manager at GE Corporate Headquarters. Based on Ned's research, and the Herrmann Brain Dominance Instrument (HBDI), we now know that the brain is comprised of four areas, or quadrants (A,B,C,& D) that control the way we learn, interpret, process information, and interact with others.


What is Whole Brain Thinking?
•Whole Brain thinking means using all of the brain's 4 highly specialized functions and thought processes.
•Every person's brain has the same four quadrants, but not everyone uses them in the same way as anyone else, or with the same strength of preference. (You probably already know that from talking to people who just don't "get it!").
•Using Whole Brain thinking in your personal and professional life requires you to stretch across to other, less-preferred quadrants to get the job done, work better with your team, or talk to you partner or children with greater clarity (for them).


What are the Four Brain Quadrants?
Below are the quadrant descriptions that comprise any thinking style (based on the Herrmann Brain Dominance Instrument (HBDI) and Whole Brain Thinking Model):
•Analyze: This quadrant of your brain is looking for facts, logic, statistics and data. The information will answer the question, "What?," and provides the rationale for listening, taking action, or making buying decisions.
•Organize: This part of your brain wants details, preferably arranged in a systematic way (e.g., linear and sequential). It also is concerned with safety, reliability, and history. It looks for answers to the question, "How?“
•Personalize: Here, your brain is searching for an emotional connection from the personal who is speaking, or to the person who is listening. The emotional component is a strong motivating factor, and it needs you to answer the question, "Who?“
Strategize: The fourth quadrant looks for the big picture, a vision of the future. It likes to set long-term goals and explore possibilities. It searches for an answer to the question, "Why?"


What is the difference between the Herrmann Brain Dominance Instrument (HBDI) & MBTI?
People sometimes confuse the Herrmann Brain Dominance Instrument (HBDI) with other assessments, so let's set the record straight:
•The HBDI inspired by the physiology of your brain ; is based on a metaphor of how our brain actually works, and is used to determine thinking preferences and thinking styles. The model demonstrates that each of us has access to all four styles (in contrast to other assessment models).
•The MBTI — Myers-Briggs Type Indicator — is a psychological assessment that determines one of 16 personality types.
•The HBDI is the only assessment based on the metaphor for how the brain works, rather than the psychology of personality or behavior, and provides a clear picture of how people prefer to think and learn. This gives the HBDI and the Whole Brain Model great applicability to a wide range of business challenges, and makes it a practical tool to take the information learned beyond individual data, and into a new way of thinking.



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