The manager’s role and purpose has not kept pace with what is required. Managers must once again become genuinely human: to love learning and teaching, to liberate and innovate, to involve others in the process of imaginative thinking and to challenge everyone around them to create a better business and world. Read the full article here: https://hbr.org/2018/10/the-role-of-a-manager-has-to-change-in-5-key-ways

Companies invest considerable money and time in the development of talent, but without the up-to-date work to ensure that leaders build a learning culture. Frontline managers have the greatest and most immediate impact. If you’re a manager who wants to grow your team, show that you committed yourself to growth. Full article here: https://hbr.org/2018/09/make-sure-everyone-on-your-team-sees-learning-as-part-of-their-job

So many of us respond to increasing demands in the workplace by working longer hours that inevitably burden us physically, mentally and emotionally, resulting in reduced commitment, higher distractions and high rates of employee turnover. The key problem with longer working hours is that time is a limited resource. Energy’s another story. Defined in physics […]