The remote work environment not only creates a vacuum of human connection but also fosters a blurry view of work performance. Managers, in partnership with their team members, must proactively pursue two prized output dimensions…
The COVID-19 pandemic has drastically shifted work from the office to your employees’ living rooms. For many managers, the challenge of remote coaching is vexing. How do you ensure high productivity while maintaining a positive and collaborative culture?
A manager’s primary goal is to bring out the best in people and inspire positive, accountable action. A manager’s words reflect her clarity of thought, or not. Vague, muddled, contradictory communication crushes initiative and invites cynicism and confusion.
What manager doesn’t prize employees who take the initiative to solve problems or delight customers? These empowered team members don’t bring solutions to problems; they’ve already fixed the issue. Building an ownership culture is the key to empowerment! “Great vision without great people is irrelevant.” – Jim Collins When I used to own a restaurant, […]
Never confuse a leader’s kindness with weakness When asked to describe the best boss we’ve ever had, most of us reveal paradoxical characteristics, such as: Tough but fair High expectations but cared about the team Demanding but gave people a lot of autonomy Driven but created a positive work culture Great managers and leaders, apparently, […]