It’s up to you to carve out your place in the work world and know when to change course. And it’s up to you to keep yourself engaged and productive during a work life. To build a life of excellence, begin by asking yourself several questions, here you can find 3 of them and you […]
Change is hard, but for most people at some point necessary. People will need support with this process. They’ll need a coach.If you’re a manager, your most important job is to help those around you reach their greatest potential. And you can learn how to facilitate life-enhancing change in those around you. Good coaches help […]
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
One of the challenges every manager face it’s how to be a high-standards, results-driven leader while at the same time to build an engaged team with close, personal friendships. Based on an analysis of 7800 leaders, younger leaders are more likely to be rated highly on both their business results and their team satisfaction. Evidence […]
People have 5 fundamental human needs: the need to be heard, to feel like they are part of a team, to know they matter, to contribute meaningfully and to learn and grow. How employees feel about their job is largely on the manager’s shoulders.
Research shows that millennials are different and represent a large part of the entire workforce today. It is relevant to understand what is important to them when they work, in order to change or adapt the corporate culture to better meet their needs.
Context: In today’s world there is a strong desire for more development/coaching conversations. Expectations from managers to develop subordinates are considered something normal, but still, due to busy agendas and many last-minute demands, many one to one meetings are focused mostly on the business as usual.