No one is perfect, we make mistakes. Situations and circumstances change, making what we've done wrong. However well we may have planned, prepared, anticipated, something happens and we fail.
Everyone can recognize a great manager a mile away, so why is it so hard to find one? We all remember a few that are "legends in their own mind," but that doesn't do it. In fact, the clue here is that the view in your mind is the only one that matters, rather than the other way around.
Great business leaders don't merely reach their goals of achieving growth within an organization; they carry themselves in a way that garners the respect of those around them.
Becoming indispensable to your company is not a quick and easy task. You must be dedicated to this agenda for the duration of your career. It takes time, but these steps can only help you to succeed.
Managing the affairs of a small business is no easy task, and as such there are certain traits that a company manager should possess if they're expected to perform well in the face of adversity.
I, like many entrepreneurs, have run more than one successful business. Now, looking back, I realize there were several lessons that I learned with my first business that I carried through to my current one.
Do you do what I do? I suspect a lot of us do. With me it's not just what's urgent or important, but also what's on the screen, which window is in the forefront, and what just happened.
In order to cope with such stressors and thrive amidst the hustle and bustle, a successful business leader should be equipped with certain skill sets.
I have been an executive director for 10 years, a mom for three, and I have a lifetime of work ahead of me. Five key things have helped me get to where I am today and will continue to guide me in the future:
Supervisors are often the front line for shaping employee engagement and productivity as well as overseeing compliance with workplace policies like time tracking and leave of absence requests. Mishaps in these areas can create a lot of headaches for employers.