A common complaint I hear from my executive clients is, “My employees drop balls!” Part of the problem is that employees don’t realize they are dropping balls. This article includes a seven point checklist to help you diagnose the root cause of dropped balls.
Are your senior-level managers doing the jobs you need them to do? Are they doing and contributing what someone at their level, with their stature and pay, is expected to do and do consistently?
CEOs who want to build employee motivation, morale and performance to create a positive, productive and more profitable work environment in their small business need to get comfortable asking questions about those issues.
Jane Schulte is really quite remarkable. She’s an entrepreneur, who runs two successful businesses. She grew her company, PRISM Title, from eight to 60 employees in only 18 months. She has published four books, two of which are award winning. She speaks to a variety of audiences about business success. On top of all this, […]
Here are five ways to get moving and get back your MOJO – Make a MAP, Develop (NA) Thinking, Learn Creative Problem Solving, Assemble a Tribal Council and Juggle the Cornerstones of Progress.
As marvelous as all our technology is, chronic malfunctions and crashes and the constant demand to keep up might account for the fact that at least one in four of us will admit to physically assaulting a device.
Being a manager is a tough job, but someone has to do it. Do it well.
Problems don’t solve themselves. Left on their own they get larger and more entrenched until they become a herd of 600lb purple polka dotted Gorillas everyone knows about, everyone steps around, and nobody is willing to even recognize, never mind attempt to shoo away.
What do we mean when we state, “I have a problem!”? That’s one of those sneaky questions which we assume we know the answer to until we actually start answering it.