Archive | October, 2016


6 Steps to Effective Communication

Distinguish yourself as an effective leader by applying these six communication skill strategies. In fact, these strategies are so powerful, they even work at home. Effective leaders are known for being excellent communicators. Here’s what to do. Avoid “No”, “Can’t” or “Won’t” and any other negative words. Negative talk encourages arguments and hinders problem resolution […]


Simple Tips to Motivating Your Employees

Today’s fast-moving business environment demands that the effective manager be both a well-organized administrator and highly adept in understanding people’s basic needs and behaviour in the workplace. Gaining commitment, nurturing talent, and ensuring employee motivation and productivity require open communication and trust between managers and staff. 1. INFLUENCE BEHAVIOUR NOT PERSONALITY People at work naturally […]


Reasons Why Projects Fail & What You Can Do

Two-thirds of projects fail to deliver on-time and on budget (Source: Standish Group). That’s a fact. Gain a strategic advantage over your competitors, by not being a statistic by honing your project management skills and abilities. Here are 5 common reasons why your projects are going over schedule, over budget, and generally under expectations of quality. […]


3 Keys to Training Effectiveness

There are three things that determine the effectiveness of training: Leadership. Gain management support before scheduling any training program. Any training program will be more successful if management supports it. Always involve top executives in planning your workshops. Ask them to attend. Recommend follow-up sessions to review the material covered in the workshop. If management […]

The Importance of Proper Management Training and Competency

Your Leadership EDGE, by Ravinder Tulsiani, is an innovative approach to addressing the core competencies that will allow you to communicate and engage better with your employees. It is important to have proper management training when entering a role of leadership within a company. Someone without the proper training will end up running employees away. […]

Employee Management Model by Ravinder Tulsiani

Over seven years ago, I created this management model and have been using it ever since. The model ensures that employers attract and retain peak performers. The employee management model is called – the EDGE. EDGE is an acronym that stands for: Educate, Develop, Guide, Empower. First, you need to EDUCATE your employees to give […]