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    Dale’s Books

    Dale Best

    • Gems for the Day (Daily Devotions)
      Gems for the Day (Daily Devotions)
      by Dale Best
    • Living the Bible: Stepping through the Gospels (Volume 4)
      Living the Bible: Stepping through the Gospels (Volume 4)
      by Dale Best
    • Every Day With A King: Daily Devotions With King David
      Every Day With A King: Daily Devotions With King David
      by Dale Best
    • Easy Lessons for Successful Living (Volume 3)
      Easy Lessons for Successful Living (Volume 3)
      by Dale Best
    • Every Day with a King (Christian Devotions)
      Every Day with a King (Christian Devotions)
      by Dale Best
    • Living with the Bible: Stepping through the Gospels
      Living with the Bible: Stepping through the Gospels
      by Dale Best
    • Easy Lessons for Successful Living
      Easy Lessons for Successful Living
      by Dale E. Best

    Positive Principles For Executives by Dale Best

    Dale’s Résumé

    • Native of Worden, IL
    • Twenty years of public school teaching
    • BA, McKendree University, Lebanon IL
    • MS ED, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale IL
    • M DIV, Christian Theological Seminary, Indianapolis IN
    • Elder, Illinois Great River Annual Conference, United Methodist Church
    • Ordained in 1985
    • Retired after twenty years active ministry

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    Evaluation

    Many managers celebrate completing the assigned project or recovering from an emergency and forget about evaluation. This mindset is not part of an successful executive.

    Management possesses an overview and has glimpses of the future and/or goal. With this view, improving present work processes is in their thoughts. They can do a better job or increase the speed to save labor costs.

    Some prepared instruments of evaluation can be profitably used. Another method is acquiring feedback through informal conversation with workers. Insights provide methods for enlarging markets for additional profits.

    Prosperous supervisors do not blame workers for dismal results. Those responsible leaders know that blame only contributes to failure. Blaming others for negative results is a fruitless exercise.

    Successful managers receive consequences and rewards in stride. Changing processes changes results. We cannot keep doing the same old thing and expect improved results. Effective leaders change the process by effectively employing verbal or written evaluations. Mature leaders constantly bring success closer.