You are the Production Manager for a medium-sized manufacturing company. You come into the office one morning and you look over the notes and reports from the night shift. You see that one of the employees failed to complete his
In this post (#3 in my series of 3) we will review The Cash Flow Statement. Depending upon your role in the organization, you may be more familiar with The Balance Sheet or The Income Statement (also known as the
In this post (#2 in my series) we will review The Income Statement. I am going to guess that most people are more familiar with managing the Income Statement than the Balance Sheet (post #1) if your organization sells goods.
Do your eyes glaze over every time someone starts talking numbers? Believe me, I get it. I am not an Accountant for a reason. However, to be successful in business there are some essential financial skills that you must have. Every
I am here to make your job as a people manager easier. So, trust me when I tell you that it is in your best interest to manage in a fair and consistent manner. Not doing so just creates problems
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This is the 5th in a series of 5 posts about the qualities of talented people managers. In review, the other 4 qualities were: (1) Have a manager mindset; (2) Build relationships with direct reports; (3) Possess Emotional Intelligence; and
Quality #4 – Coaches Direct Reports Talented people managers do not only manage their direct reports, they also coach them. When you ask most managers if they use coaching techniques, the answer you get is “yes.” Unfortunately, most do not