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Tuesday, September 22, 2009


nagsueoba ro mga owak
sa banwa

Friday, September 18, 2009


ro tando-tando saludo gid
sa owak ag sa mga lobo--
sa paglingling

Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Sang Pudyot nga Karne

madangga nga agahon--
nag-ueosangan ro mga ayam
sa sang pudyot nga karne

Tuesday, September 15, 2009

The Best Ways To Motivate

Please excuse me for inserting this short article. I noticed that there are some people who are viewing this blog. I would like to share this to them especially to those who are supervisors by Donald C. Miklas, then,Training Consultant, Omega Triangle, Lancaster, New York.

Let me just present the jest of this article:

1. Recognize employees for a job well done.
2. Emphasize safety
3. Solicit better ideas.
4. Delegate responsibility.
5. Find out what the workers need to do a good job.
6. Enforce good housekeeping.
7. Act quickly on employee complaints.
8. Discipline effectively. Do it privately. Get emotion under control.Ask why before laying down the law and listen attentively; state what you expect without mincing or reducing the force of your words; gain the employee's commitment, if possible; and encourage the employee, if appropriately. The aim of the disicpline process should be to change work performance not offend the employee.
9. Discuss work assignments with employees to gain their insights and involvement.
10. Talk to employees at their level--not a level above or below them.
11. Practice fairness. Favoritism will break down team spirit and lead to considerable discord.
12. Set a good example in whatever you do.
13. Follow up on work assigned; resolve any problems you may laid.
14. Keep a daily "to do list" and prioritize items according to importance.
15. Get to know the employees. But don't go overboard on this.
16. Say hello to each of your workers. Initiate greetings rather than wait for the other person.
17. Maintain a good personal and professional appearance--hair, dress, office organization, etc.
18. Present job instructions clearly and slowly; issue written instruction,if necessary.
19. Mail greeting cards on holidays to your employees or present a small gift.
20. Hold an annual dinner where each person brings an item of food, and you pay for the main entree.
21. Don't sit in your office; get out and talk to the employees.
22. Encourage participation in company-sponsored events.

Source: Donald C. Miklas, "The Best Ways to Motivate." Supervisory Management 27(9): 37-39.

Wednesday, September 09, 2009

Bilog Ro Buean

bilog ro buan--
mga aswang galingling
sa ibabw't atop

Tuesday, September 01, 2009


kon siin naton
ginsugpon ro atong eubid