Succession planning is an essential process for businesses that want to ensure their long-term success. By taking the time to develop a succession plan, you can increase the chances of your business thriving long into the future. It may seem like a daunting task, but doesn’t have to be if you follow the tips we’ve shared in this post.
Clarity at work trumps all engagement activities. Does your team have absolute clarity about your business goals? Where are you going? Where do you want to be? How can each of them contribute to the goals? What’s in it for them? Let’s not make them shoot in the dark. And, complain when they miss.
When in an argument, sometimes the best winning strategy is to take a pause. Give your opponent time to introspect. Silence can be loud. Here are two examples on how to take a pause to win negotiations.
There is a natural inclination for business owners and those in charge of setting work policies to err on the side of caution. After all, in any company, there are always a few employees who take advantage of any leniency and push the boundaries. How to avoid the pitfall of bad work policies?
One of the most (ab)used and (mis)shared quotes on social networks is that “People leave managers, not companies”. This is somewhat true. People leave jobs due to bad managers. But people leave good managers too.
What makes a manager good or bad? You need to realize that the correct answer is not a definite point on a scale. Like most quality measurements, the answer would have a range. Like how sweet is a cup of tea? Or like salt to taste.
The focus of this article is people management. What are the key skills for effective management? I will share three skills you can develop and master for managing your people and earning their trust.