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If the power of managers as leader-coaches has become so well documented, why do so many L&D leaders still feel like they’re fighting a constant battle — without the necessary weapons — to move toward this type of development? Here are six common reasons.... Continue Reading →
It’s become increasingly clear how wide and significant a manager’s impact is on today’s organization. A manager’s value is no longer only measured by how many widgets their team produced last fiscal quarter or how good their compliance record was.... Continue Reading →
It seems that we’re supposed to be enthusiastic about everything these days. Social media posts show smiling people doing wonderful things, all day every day. But, realistically, a person can’t be enthusiastic about everything. Some days we have a hard time...... Continue Reading →
A truism in the management/leadership world is that “People quit managers, not companies.” And the number one reason that people quit managers is because of poor delegation. Either the manager is overly controlling–not allowing employees to make decisions about...... Continue Reading →
The world of sales is one fraught with pressure. As a sales manager who manages a large sales team, you probably already understand this. Being from the trenches, you know what it’s like for those in sales and the pressures behind it.... Continue Reading →
Some people think leadership is all about education. Others think it’s all about experience. Most people would agree that leadership is certainly about both these things. But Theo Epstein, club president of the Chicago Cubs, thinks leadership is about something...... Continue Reading →