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E.O.W (End of the Week) Notable Tip: The 4 Struggles of an inexperienced Manager

Happy Friday!

I hope you had a great week. This week I’ve been discussing employee to manager transitions with clients and the problems they have encountered with the newly appointed yet inexperienced manager. 128 more words


Lean Wednesday Tip: Molding Employees to be Future Managers

“Effective leaders encourage employees to solve problems on their own coupled with cross-functional department collaboration. They also provide mentorship and/or coaching programs that enhance and educate employees on how to improve their leadership styles.”

Talent Management

Charles Margerison & Dick McCann: Team Management

Charles Margerison and Dick McCann developed one of the leading tools to help managers with team performance.

When you want your team to perform well, there are two approaches you can take: 1,071 more words

Management Thinkers

E.O.W (End of the Week) Notable Tip: Managing Employees when mistakes are made

Happy Friday! I hope you’ve had a great week. Today, I want to end this week with the topic of employee management specifically when they make mistakes. 207 more words


Give people 'the finger'

We all like to think we’re in charge of our own behaviour but that isn’t always the case. The reason is – our brain. Our brain is filled with specialised circuits that do all sorts of things for us. 454 more words

Personal Skills

Play to Win, Not To Lose. How To Be More Effective At Work?

In what kinds of situations are you most effective? What factors strengthen—or undermine—your motivation? People answer these questions in very different ways, and that’s the challenge at the heart of good management—whether you’re managing your own performance or someone else’s. 2,211 more words

Managing Yourself

4 Step Process for Motivating Employees

Motivating employees effectively takes thorough understanding of what truly motivates them and yourself as the leader of the company. Effective leaders communicate performance expectations and goals clearly. 228 more words

Human Capital