Experts in Front Line Leadership

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Developing a Vision for Your Team
3 Steps to Help You Develop a Vision for Your Team Some people say the job of a front line leader is pretty easy — as long as you have all your team members report for work, with the necessary skills, your machines and equipment work properly, your raw materials are good[...]
How to Avoid Causing Emotional Injury to Others
Always present and mostly sitting in the background, is the evidence that emotion significantly overrides logic. Employees often share situations where they felt disrespected or belittled and how it impacted their ability to trust others. Some of those emotional injuries and scars were from personal experiences at home as a[...]
How to Manage Millennials
A lot has been written about the differences in managing millennials. Here are some practical changes you can make as a leader, to manage the younger members of your workforce. First, remember that millennials are also known as generation Y. And Millennials are least likely to like being called a[...]
In the Front Line Leadership training program we ask participants to think back over all the managers and supervisors they have worked for and tell us what percentage of all those leaders were effective leaders. The consensus is that for most people, half of their leaders have been effective and[...]
How to Motivate Employees
Most leaders think that employees are only motivated by one thing: money. We can probably all agree that earning money is important in terms of paying bills and living a desired lifestyle. As a front line leader, if we think that employees are only motivated by money we’ll fail to[...]