All of us have experienced coaching in some form, it could have been via a sports coach, business coach or a boss. Coaching has become a popular career for many individuals, wanting to strike out on their own. I first learnt the power of coaching about 25Read more →
Posts Tagged What makes a great manager?
The age old conundrum, who is more important customers or employees? This question which I’m sure has many different answers, is an interesting one. Without customers we don’t have a business, however the same applies that with no employees we also have no business. I grew upRead more →
One area I know a number of managers struggle with is providing feedback to their team members. They struggle in a number of areas which include, finding the time, knowing the right words to use, being apprehensive because of potential pushback and many other reasons I’m sure.Read more →
The title may seem a little old fashioned in today’s world, where it’s all about inclusion and collaboration, however I want to help you set your team up for success. One way is to set clear expectations so they know what a good job looks like andRead more →
People don’t leave companies, they leave bad managers. This is a well-known statement, yet so many managers still struggle to get the best out of their people. Often it is because no one has shown them how, and they keep making the same mistakes over and overRead more →
This comment has been well reported, people don’t leave bad companies they leave bad bosses. Unfortunately this saying is very true and businesses are suffering from the loss of great people who are very hard to replace. Turning over staff is not always a bad thing, particularlyRead more →