Successful management starts with caring
Are you feeling stressed as a manager? Do you enjoy your role, or is it a tax? I struggled as a technical manager. I’ve made lot of mistakes trying to reach my goals. I want to share with you the tools and strategies to help you reduce the stress, meet your goals, build a powerful team, and do all of this while having fun! Yes, it is possible to enjoy your role, to create a warm, family like atmosphere, to make your employees feel fulfilled and happy. I invite you to read my blog, leave a comment and share it if you have friends who can benefit from it.
What to do when an employee is not performing
Have you ever seen a guy walking around with his zipper down? Or a lady with toilet roll stuck to her heels? As embarrassing as
Why most teams fail to change their culture
When I go over my #linkedin feed, I’m flooded with posts about how companies need to change their culture and how people leave toxic environments.
2 Management traps that will make you lose everyone’s respect and trust
“‘I can’t tell him what I’m doing!’ “I was walking outside with a friend enjoying a sunny day in Oregon. We like to catch up
When employees ask for a coach, this is what they really want.
Must managers learn to coach? As part of my role as a leadership coach and a manager, I read a lot of studies. Every time
Three reasons why you’re not enjoying your role as a first line manager, and what to do about it
I sat with a good friend in a bar during one of his visits. He’s a very technical guy and knows his craft better than
How to respond when your boss expects the impossible
“We just got a new project assigned to our team. You have four weeks to complete it. Oh, and there is no change to previous
Solve your Goal Setting & Employee Evaluations with a straightforward strategy
December & January are the busiest months of the year for us managers. We need to publish our goals for the coming year, and we
How hostage negotiation skills can take out the heat off a tough conversation with your employee
Many managers feel that the worst part of being a manager is to have a tough conversation with their employees. Second only to laying off
Almost everyone has failed. Here’s how to make the most out of it
Lets have a look at one thing we can’t avoid in life. I have failed in the past and I will fail again in the