Kevin Kruse is one of the leading authorities on employee engagement in the United States. As our theme for this month is “Developing Managerial Effectiveness”, I realised Kevin’s expertise was key for leaders and managers. When he agreed to be interviewed I was delighted! I hope leaders and managers embrace Kevin’s fun, engaging and well evidenced advice on employee engagement.
Introducing our first themed issue – all about Developing Managerial Effectiveness!
Jone Bosworth goes into detail about Very Bad Bosses (VBB) and what they can teach you about leading!
James Pepitone explains how Managers make mindful decisions, looking into the process, and the science of decision making.
Leanne Hogland-Smith explains how your personality can effect your career as a manager, and how people with better personalities make better managers.
Andy Uskavitch, leads us through “Help Them Grow or Watch Them Go: Career Conversations Employees Want”, by Beverly Kaye and Julie Winkle Giulioni – a “must have” book for anyone developing managerial effectiveness themselves, or in their team
Jon Tveten explains how not only is there influence due to position in the hierarchy, but there is also influence through kowledge and/or relationships.
Chris tackles the consequences of how poor systems management can blight even the most inspiring of projects. Chris’s view is a regular feature including words of wisdom from our sponsor partner Chris Lewis who lives with cancer and supports others who do too
Paul Newton speaks from his own experience in telling us the importance of being up to date with financial terms when communicating with CEO’s, CFO’s and other senior executives.
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Morag Barrett highlights the mistakes made by new managers after being promoted and how to avoid them.
In this article Huw Morris explore two themes of managerial effectiveness: Increasing dialogue with the people we work with & engaging employees in a company’s evolution and
A more overt “pact” between leaders and their teams, whereby leaders secure discretionary effort. It is these factors which Huw believes Leaders must embrace to improve managerial effectiveness
Cathy Muldoon explains the importance of communication as a manager, as well as other skills that are essential to managerial effectiveness.
John Wade gives 10 great tips to help you to decide whether outsourcing should be an option for you and your business
Oliver Christen explains the three areas of focus that will help you become a successful leader by guiding and priorotizing your decisions and actions.
Some short and impactful insights and tips on managing your time, an essential component of developing managerial effectiveness
Ken Keis shows us how there are many people in our life who make up our own team, and how working in a team is crucial to succeed.
This is an introduction to an article written by James E. Lukaszewski on “The Politics of Employee Communication” based on The Ridgeway Strategic Audience Analysis Worksheet/Model. The summary and article are included in our series as a key problem for effective management is in the cascade of effective and accurate communication. Whether you agree the model or not, it certainly gives food for thought.
Lisa Engle discusses the power of language and the creation of a enjoyable environment in order to increase managerial effectiveness.
Jonny Curran gives a detailed list of 8 leadership qualities an entrepreneur must have to be successful. This will guide you to determine and develop traits that will help you stand distinct from the crowd.
Michael Nir discusses how important it is for managers to harness the influence of stakeholders: He sets out six practical guidelines for Influencing and leading strategic stakeholders successfully
Nicola Cook tells us how everybody has the skills they need to become a successful salesperson, and explains how to use them.
Understanding the power of our minds and the way we think is crucial to how to move forward successfully and make the changes we need to transform the way we lead and engage our teams. It is these skills along with true emotional intelligence which will decide our leaders of the future
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