Is your current workforce ready to support, manage, and lead your company as it will be 3, 4, 5 or more years from now? If they’re not ready, who will be?
Author Archive | Liz Weber
Great leaders use their expertise and connections to move the road blocks out of the way to ensure their managers and teams can implement the strategies when and how they need to achieve their vision. So what type of manager or leader are you?
If you don’t do your job and lead, manage, or supervise, it makes it difficult for anyone who works with you or for you to do theirs. So before you get too frustrated with your staff, make sure you’re doing your job first.
How long has it been since you experienced this: Someone on your team didn’t do their job correctly, completely, or in a timely fashion. Because of that person’s failure you and others on the team are now scrambling.
To help ease the pain for the employees being laid off, the owners and managers making the hard decisions, as well as those employees staying behind, I thought I’d share a 5 Step approach that may help you, your employees, and your business.
One of the key responsibilities of a manager is to be able to clarify what the desired outcome is — or in the case of implementing projects — what the deliverable needs to be. So what is “the deliverable?”
Being a manager is a tough job, but someone has to do it. Do it well.
If your managers start to complain about having to complete their employee performance review forms, you might ask if they’ve done their job well all year long. I
A client recently asked me to help him identify leadership skills his son would need to develop to help him successfully takeover and lead the family business in a few years. This article focuses on 7 key skills.
Are you being fair with your managers? Are you sharing critical information with them in a timely manner? Are you developing performance standards for them and the company and then not sharing those standards with them?