People in a formal leadership position often fail on having an impact on a culture contributing to obtain the desired results of the organization. Using 3 simple principles, leaders can begin a culture transformation.
There's a simple reason why investors avoid the smaller companies that contributed most job growth in the United States during the past 40 years. They aren't making much money, and a lot of them are losing money. Why should this be the case?
Business owners who micro manage their employees, or who insist on doing everything of importance themselves, are a huge impediment to the future success of their enterprise.
As a business grows, the range and volume of task requiring completion escalates, making micro-management a back breaking task and raising the need for effective delegation of responsibilities.
This excellent article, suggests leaders who micro manage and are ineffective delegators should either fix or fire themselves, and it lists five benefits of effective delegation and 10 delegation principles that you can adopt to improve the situation if you are such a leader.
As an entrepreneur, author and professional speaker, time mangement is my most important practice. I've spent a great deal of effort acquiring tools that make my work faster without sacraficing quality.
Mike Caracalas, a former HR pro who is currently an executive and leadership coach at the Alexcel Group in Texas, made it clear where his Ignite HR presentation at the HR Reinvention conference was going from the get-go: “I’m …...
Over the years, I’ve observed just about every type of leadership development program on the planet. And the sad thing is, most of them don’t even come close to accomplishing what they were designed to do – build better leaders.
Must read to understand the difference between leadership training and development.