Sunday, November 6, 2016

Why Corporate Training for Managers is a Must

It is but obvious for hard-working employees to steer ahead in their respective careers but how prepared are they for a full-blown management role? This question naturally leads us to yet another important question- do you let your employees evolve into effective managers or hire ‘ready-to-use’ managers? If you fall in the latter category, you are not really making the most of your resources.
 Again, if you think that making your star-performer the next manager is effortless, think again. We know that a manager wears many hats and one of the key responsibilities is to help bridge the transition between leadership and employees. If you can smoothly transition your employees into management, many of the organizational stumbling blocks automatically go away. This is where a corporate training for managers comes into the picture.
A manager comes across multiple challenges in the course of their work and some of the most difficult ones are:
  • Resolving interpersonal issues among co-workers
  • Spreading positivity and motivation among team members
  • Keeping an eye on the performance of every single team member and reviewing these on a regular basis
An effective corporate training program aims to strengthen these key areas by providing an in-depth analysis of real-life situations and hands-on sessions in environments quite similar to actual experiences. However, there is more to corporate training than just these benefits. Here is a sneak peek of what corporate training can do for those in the managerial roles:
Realizing roles
For beginners, corporate training helps to understand their new role and responsibilities. A clear view of these helps the new managers to know what’s in store for them and also help them to come up their strategies accordingly.
Managing the manager  
The job of a manger can be an overwhelming one if you do not understand the basics like delegating the tasks effectively or pooling your resources appropriately. As such, corporate training shows the right direction and trains managers to adopt an effective plan-of-action.
Helping the organization at all levels
Corporate training has come a long way in cultivating a gamut of positive work attitudes that range from ironing out disputes to retaining an employee for the benefit of the organization.
Spreading what you learn             
A manager practices what he learns but a good manager preaches too. This is where lies the root benefit of corporate training. He spreads what he learns among his co-workers and teammates. So, you might say that corporate training benefits not just your managers but the entire team as well. 
Building leaders 
Corporate training ensures that you do not have to hire leaders from outside the organization. Rather, you can nurture them and help them evolve into leaders who understand you and your business better than any outsider would.   
Since now you know what corporate training can do for your business, reap their benefits and watch your managers turn into powerful leaders who can take your business to new heights. 


Ravinder Tulsiani is the Author of the #1 BESTSELLER: “Your Leadership Edge”, an innovative step-by-step leadership training program that will help you develop a highly engaged and super-charged workforce... get your copy at

Thursday, September 22, 2016

Budget Quotes

Quotes About Budget

Quotes tagged as "budget" (showing 1-20 of 20)
Lewis Black
“They're so broke that they've actually cut essential services. In many places, they've cut policemen, because, who the fuck needs them? Or firemen, son of a bitch, it's much more fun watching something burn down.”
― Lewis Black
Joe Biden
“Don't tell me what you value, show me your budget, and I'll tell you what you value.”
― Joe Biden
“The dismaying truth is that birtherism is part of a larger pattern of rejection of reality that has taken hold of intimidating segments of one of the two political parties that alternate in power in our governing institutions. It is akin to the view that global warming is a hoax, or that the budget can be balanced through spending cuts alone, or that contraception causes abortion, or that evolution is just another theory, on a par with the theory that the earth is six thousand years old.”
― Hendrik Hertzberg
Muhammed Zafar Iqbal
“সরকার যদি লেখাপড়ার গুরুত্বটা বুঝে সেনাবাহিনীর বাজেট না বাড়িয়ে শিক্ষার বাজেট বাড়াত, তাহলে এই দেশে কী বিপ্লব ঘটে যেতে পারত কেউ কি কখনও কল্পনা করে দেখেছে?”
― Muhammed Zafar Iqbal
نجيب محفوظ
“من عادة النواب أن يثرثروا عند النظر في الميزانية، ومن عادة الحكومة أن تعد بالنظر في تحقيق رغبات النواب في أقرب فرصة، ومن عادة هذه الفرصة ألا تقترب أبدا.”
― نجيب محفوظSugar Street
“We didn't actually overspend our budget. The allocation simply fell short of our expenditure.”
― Keith Davis
Calvin Trillin
“among married couples the person who actually makes out the mortgage check is likely to be more cautious about spending money than the person who doesn't. There is something sobering about sending away that much money every month in the knowledge that, rain or shine, you'll have to come up with the same amount of money the next month and the month after that.”
― Calvin TrillinAbout Alice
“A budget tells us what we can't afford, but it doesn't keep us from buying it.”
― William Feather
Bill Maher
“Claiming "the budget can't allow it" reminds me of when you walk into a restaurant at a civilized hour like ten o'clock and they say "the kitchen is closed." For years I would hear this, and think, "damn, just a little too late, oh well, thank you, I guess it's Denny's again."

And then one day it hit me: kitchens don't close. Just as at home, at a certain point in the night, I stop using the kitchen--but at three in the morning, if I want to, I still have the ability to go downstairs and "re-open" the kitchen by turning on the stove and opening the refrigerator! Restaurants are not banks; at the stroke of ten an enormous airlock doesn't seal off the kitchen and render the preparation of food an utterimpossibility./ No, kitchens can open and budgets are what certain people say they are.”
― Bill MaherWhen You Ride Alone You Ride With Bin Laden: What the Government Should Be Telling Us to Help Fight the War on Terrorism
L.G. Durand
“We have become a society of indulgent consumers resulting in rapidly increasing debt both personally and as a nation.”
― L.G. Durand
“Wanneer u beschikt over een beperkt budget of u hebt een deadline die angstig snel nadert, concentreer u dan op de belangrijkste richtlijnen.”
― Peter KassenaarHandboek Website Usability
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Elizabeth George
“You contribute much to your marriage by the wise, thrifty, diligent management and oversight of your part of the household budget.”
― Elizabeth GeorgeA Wife After God's Own Heart
Todd Stocker
“Without vision, a church devolves into a lukewarm, aimless organization characterized by infighting, budget grabbing and a dead heart for the lost.”
― Todd Stocker
Christopher Zoukis
“Annual state spending alone for prison facilities is now estimated at about $52 to $62 billion, the bulk of which is spent building new facilities; operating and maintaining more prisons; providing food and health care for prisoners; and administration and staff salaries and benefits.”
― Christopher ZoukisCollege for Convicts: The Case for Higher Education in American Prisons
Sara Sheridan
“If we don't value the people who inspire us (and money is one mark of that) then what kind of culture are we building?”
― Sara Sheridan
Israelmore Ayivor
“If you don't have any good idea, you are likely to waste money if it's given to you! If you don't have an idea, you can't even know how much money you need... This is because; it's your ideas that give you the cost to pay!”
― Israelmore AyivorThe Great Hand Book of Quotes
Anna Bell
“Ask yourself, if they getting married, would you be upset if you weren't invited? If the answer is no, then that's an easy name to cross off your list.”
― Anna BellDon't Tell the Boss
“Increment in remuneration every year is just an illusion for it can't even counter the effect of inflation & price rise and thereby leading to accumulation of financial burden on the shoulder of the common men especially salaried class people and so we have economic recession.”
― Anuj Somany

Monday, May 16, 2011

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=> 7 types of assets that have real value – that you may not know to include as part of your self worth. (Page 8)

=> Why this guide is different than other “budgeting” books. (It has to do with our “hands-on” approach.) (Page 8)

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=> 9 defenses of budgeting to tell your partner if they need convincing. (Page 10)

=> 26 simple tricks to help you keep to your budget (without grinding your teeth). (Pages 11-12)

=> 12 reasons why starting a family budget will empower you like never before (and help you sleep at night). (Pages 13-14)

=> 3 most common reasons why budgets fail. Know what to look out for and you’ll avoid these budget busters. (Pages 14-15)

=> What most financial advisors will tell you to keep motivated. Hint: It involves something good for you. (Page 16)

=> Why it’s important to set one main goal. (Page 17)

=> 11 successful characteristics of a family budget that you may want to make sure your budget has (if you want to turn your life around for the better) (Page 17)

=> 5 step-by-step actions to take on your way from financial mess to pillar of (wealthy) success. (Page 18)

=> 13 common expenses that you may forget to add to your budget if you’re not careful. (Pages 19-20)

=> 6 categories to separate your payment information into (to make sure there aren’t any unexpected bills that could bust your budget) (Page 21)

=> What to do if your expenses total more than your income. (Pages 21-22)

=> How to handle your paycheck strategically to make sure your bills get paid. Hint: This trick is so good, you won’t notice how responsible you are being. (Page 23)

=> Why it’s important to splurge every once in a while. (Page 23)

=> What does fiscal awareness mean? And why is it the first technique you should start applying. (Page 25)

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=> 10 important processes creating a budget must provide for. (Page 30)

=> 11 secrets to budgeting found deep within the world wide web. (Pages 31-33)

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=> 11 steps to changing your attitude towards money and turning yourself into a saver instead of a spender (with some fun exceptions). (Pages 37-38)

=> The secret to overcoming unforeseen obstacles. (Pages 39-40)

=> 10 reasons to stop spending now. (Or else it might be too late.) (Pages 41-42)

=> Why you must confront your debt now – and how to do it painlessly. (Pages 43-44)

=> 12 steps for curbing your debt. (Page 44)

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Thursday, May 5, 2011

Planning the Budget for Your Child’s Birthday Party by Ravinder Tulsiani

Hosting a birthday party can sometimes be stressful especially if you have a limited budget. The job will not be that hard if you only know how to plan for the party especially the budget. In order to make the financing easier for you, there are things that you should always remember. Here are some points that you can consider:

1. Ask yourself how much you can afford. You should anticipate all the expenses that may arise while planning for the party. Be sure that you can afford all the expenses.

2. You need to know the cost for a certain venue where you will hold the party. There are places that do not cost that much and you can consider them for the party. You may want to hold your party at your own home but make sure that it can accommodate all your guests.

3. You can serve many cheap foods for the party. This can help you save more money. You can include many cheaper alternatives in the menu like pastas, hotdogs and sandwiches. You also have the option to the food preparation yourself rather than getting the services of a caterer.

4. You can buy all the prizes and giveaways from many discount stores. Small tokens do well in birthday parties. They do not have to be expensive since children are not after the price of the prizes they will get.

5. Invitations can be done personally, by phone or e-mail rather than mailing a birthday invitation.

6. There are also other alternatives for celebrating your child’s birthday. You can consider bringing you child and his friends in the parks, circus and even in the malls. They will surely enjoy it and you do not have to worry of damaging your household budget.

Eating Healthy On A Budget by Ravinder Tulsiani

If you have problems serving healthy foods because
of the prices, you'll find these tips to be just
what you need to eat healthy on a budget.

1. Eliminate junk food
Doing your shopping on your own is the easiest way
to shop, as children and sometimes spouses are
usually the ones requesting junk food. Shopping
alone will prevent this, and ensure that you only
buy the foods you need.

2. Water or milk instead of soft drinks
You can still enjoy your favorite drinks at a
sporting event or night out, although you should
stick with the smallest size when shopping to save
money and calories. Children and even adults need
milk or milk products on a daily basis. Milk will
also help you get strong and provides calcium for
healthy bones and healthy teeth.

3. Buy fruits in quantity
Whne they are in season, buy fruits in quantity
and freeze any extras. You can buy several pounds
this way, and freeze extras to have them when the
fruit goes out of season. Wash the fruit well,
remove any spoiled pieces, dry thoroughly, then
freeze in plastic zipper bags.

4. Meats and beans
Meats and beans are the best sources for protein.
Lean meat is more expensive than meats with a lot
of fat. Canned beans are a great deal as well,
as they give you protein at a great price.

5. Beans as a substitute
You should use beans a substitute for meat on a
frequent occasion. There are several varieties,
so you can prepare them in a crock pot, so when
you return home they are ready to consume.

The USDA recommends eating beans at least 4 times
per week. If you experience gas after eating
beans you should try washing them, covering them
with water, bringing the water to a boil, then
draining it off and refilling the pot.

6. If you live in a coastal area or an area
where fish are around, make that an integral
part of your diet. You can catch them from the
lakes or rivers, saving money in the process.

7. Peanut butter is great for those on a budget
as it's popular with almost everyone. You can
use it for sandwiches instead of eating hot
dogs. It does need to be refrigerated, although
bigger jars can last you for weeks.

8. You should fill up with foods that have a high
content of water. Watermelon, salads, and even
sugar free gelatin are all great examples.

Eating healthy is always something you can't go
wrong with. You can eat healthy for just a few
bucks, which makes it perfect for those on a
budget. Now, you don't need a lot of money to have
the lifestyle and health you've always wanted.