There is no best method to manage people, especially when there are differences in age, skills, generations, goals, and aspirations. How do we connect?
As of 2016, there are five generations in the workplace, silent, baby boomers, generation x, millennials and digital natives.
I will be honest – it took me a while to catch on to the fact that the title millennial was referring to me and my peers.
While one does not have to be a manager to be a leader, if you want to become an exceptional manager, then you must be a leader.
There are essentially three leadership styles—authoritarian, democratic, and laissez-faire. Ask yourself which one is your style?
Organizations today are dynamic and in a state of continuous change that passes the virtual boundaries of the past.
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When it comes to leadership in today’s fast-paced, interconnected world, there’s no question that the only constant we should expect is change. It’s a reality that came to mind recently after I announced my decision to resign my position as the chairman of the Governing Board at our regional high…
A successful operation involves the interplay of thousands of variables. If we could pinpoint which variables could assure success, then our decisions as managers would be clear.
Gaining an understanding of the situation is the most important aspect of problem-solving. This is because if you fail to identify the correct problem, you will end up providing a solution to the wrong problem.