Hurray! The promotion came through. You are “the new manager” and are now to be introduced to your team. You may not be about to “hiss” but what will you do to engage your team and be successful?
No one disputes that it’s tough out there. The competition for business and loyalty is stiff. And it seems that you need to be extra vigilant in order to keep up. As they say, “You are only as good as your last deal.
In today’s competitive, fast-paced corporate environment, it is time to think more innovatively about the way to hire executives.
Doesn’t it sometimes seem as if it would be easier to try to change everyone else around us than to tackle changing our own behaviors?
Bullying is a topic that has gained a lot of attention these days among parents, child educators and the news media. Though it is not a new behavior, it finally is in the spotlight and being studied for the damage it can do and for ways to curtail it.
A recently published study cited a surprising fact-most American workers do not aspire to a leadership role! In other words, fewer than 50% look forward to promotion to a management position.