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One problem faced by all those moving into a more senior management position is the potential isolation and so not really understanding what is happening at the sharp end of the business. It is all too easy to become isolated from the problems and issues that, if tackled, would help the company thrive.

A recent television programme tackled this problem by sending Executives undercover to work alongside their employees. Whilst this made excellent television, we do not recommend that you go undercover to achieve the same results. Instead we suggest you practice Management On The Move as this is an excellent method of reducing management isolation to a bare minimum.

Management on the Move means that you keep on going to see people, even if you are received coolly to start with. Some employees can feel intimidated when the boss suddenly turns up and starts asking questions and because of this they can become suspicious and reluctant to communicate.

Do not let this put you off. When your employees realise that your visits are routine, their suspicions will disappear. They may even see you as providing a welcome break from the job!

It is, however, important that you have a good explanation ready for your habit of walking around because your employees may ask you your reasons, as taught on any good management training course. If they do, tell them the truth: that you want to increase personal contact so that when problems arise in individual departments, you will find out in time. One danger of Management on the Move is that employees may try to use your visits to pass over their immediate superiors and escalate problem directly to you. It is important to discourage this inappropriate escalation as their immediate superiors must not get the impression that their authority is being undermined by your visits. Ask an employee first of all whether they have already talked it over with their superior, if not refer the problem back to the line manager to resolve.

How much time should bosses spend walking around? There are some who spend at least thirty minutes or so each day in their employees’ offices and in the works. Other people in charge prefer to talk to the staff during the coffee break. There really is no right or wrong answer. Indeed, you may deliberately choose to vary your routine so as to see as many different people as possible at different times of the day. For example, you could get into the habit of using a different entrance each day thereby talking to different people on your way to the office.

Richard Stone (richard.stone@spearhead-training.co.uk) is a Director for Spearhead Training Limited that specialises in running management and sales training courses. Richard provides consultancy advice for numerous world leading companies.

One of the hardest things about exercising is trying to find the motivation to get started and trying to stay on track with your exercise program. You are the only one who can find this motivation and you have to make up your mind that you are going to do this and put aside all of the stumbling blocks that you can think of that will prevent you from reaching your exercise and weight loss goals.

The first thing that you need to realize is that it is a fact that you have to exercise to stay healthy. You cannot lose weight and remain healthy just by sitting around. There is no diet or pill that can take the place of being active. The sooner that you realize this, the better off you are going to be.

The good news is that nowadays, there are plenty of choices available for exercise and you do not have to spend hours of your time or be at a gym to reap the benefits of exercise. You can create your own exercise program and this should help you to get up and get moving.

You need to understand that your lifestyle contributes to your lack of exercise. In the good old days, people mowed their lawns by hand, washed their own dishes, and walked to and from school because they had to. Times have changed and now we all have modern day luxuries like dishwashers, computers, TVs, cell phones which can all effect our health if we let them. These things are all useful in our lives, but we cannot let them completely control us. You need to balance things in your life in order to make positive changes in your lifestyle.

Exercise must mean something to you. It is not always a good idea to focus on the end result of exercise. The main reasons why most people exercise is to get that perfect body that they have always wanted and to lose that set weight loss goal. The problem is that many times people lose their motivation along the way because this is something that does not happen overnight. You workouts need to have value each and every day and mean something to you.

There are other reasons why people choose to exercise such as relieving stress and keeping their energy levels up. Others exercise to have special time to themselves. It is up to you to find your own value in exercise and once you discover it, you will find your motivation to do it.

The good news is that you do not have to go to a gym or health club or use fancy expensive machines in order to start your exercise program. You can create your own and exercise at home if you wish. A simple way to get great exercise is to take walks each and every day and try making some extra trips to the mall to increase your walking and have fun at the same time.

The main thing about exercise is to try to find something that you enjoy doing and do your best to stick to it and your body will enjoy the benefits for a long time to come.

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