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The Mindset of A Manager

The Mindset of A Manager

Last week I posted about our personal growth mindset and how developing it is done in small steps.  Today, I want to address the managers mindset and how they can make a huge difference in how their employees not only perform, but enjoy their job. Often when managers hire employees they are looking for the … Continue reading

What Is Wrong With My Employee?

What Is Wrong With My Employee?

It often happens when an employer or manager notices that an employee has a change in work behavior they fail to address it, hoping it will just go away. Changes in an employe’s work behavior usually will not auto-correct if it continues for more than a few days.  We all have things that come up … Continue reading

The Underperforming Employee

The Underperforming Employee

  There are many difficult situations that a manager has to handle, but one of the hard ones is when you have a good employee who ends up being an under-performer compared to their coworkers. For the most part, they do a “good job” not great, not excellent, but good.  Yet when you compare apples … Continue reading

Workplace Culture Is Not Created Overnight

Workplace Culture Is Not Created Overnight

In my consulting business I often encounter business owners who think running a business, developing a company culture, hiring the right people, making them happy and productive should be an easy task. What is wrong with this picture? All of the above take time and effort and then more time and effort just to begin … Continue reading