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Episode 104 - Mighty Morphin Middle Management

Geekspotting is back with less changes. James has returned from paternity leave and Rachel is once again in the Windy City….for good. So obviously with everything new in life the ‘Spotters critique the Power Rangers fashion choices. 15 more words

Episode

Introducing a coaching approach to line management

This week I presented a paper I co-wrote with Sally Bernham of Leicester Learning Institute, to my colleagues at the Library Management Team meeting. The focus of the paper was a proposal for a two day course on introducing a coaching approach to line management which Sally and I would lead. 294 more words

Middle Management

What You Need To Know About Middle Management?

Middle managers deal with goal setting and department-level decision-making. They need summarized weekly or monthly information horizontally across functional lines in the organization. The five typical functional lines are: accounting, human resources, manufacturing/services, research & development, and marketing. 49 more words

Business Events

It is about your Majors, Captains and Lieutenants

My first business partner taught me something very valuable, the worth of captains and lieutenants in the military, which you can extend to the business environment. 851 more words

General Social Games Business

Middle Management Get Railed

There was a time when running a car service / taxi cab company required, in addition to company cars and (hired) drivers,  a room full of dispatchers, bookkeepers, managers, secretaries and the like.  239 more words

Tech

On Being Middle Management

My current job is in fact my first long-term managerial position in the working world.  Because of that, it’s been more challenging and adventurous than any previous job.  341 more words

Work

Empowering and Engaging Mid-Level Leaders

A few weeks back, I met my friend (who is also a coach) for lunch where we exchanged our coaching experiences. Our topic gradually moved towards increasingly unhappy and discontent employees who also happened to be managers. 1,217 more words

Leadership Development