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The Good Thing About Incompetence

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The Good Thing About Incompetence

The Good Thing About Incompetence

 Did you know that being conscious and transparent about incompetence can be a good thing? Most of us don’t like to be told that we’re incompetent. And in many cases, people tend to get defensive instead of admitting that they don’t know something. But it can be very helpful to admit when you don’t […]

How Leaders Get Fired: Not Engaging With Their Team

How Leaders Get Fired: Not Engaging With Their Team

 The results are disastrous when a team leader stops engaging with his or her team. Some leaders mistakenly think that their job is to stay in their office and avoid interacting with their team, and communicate only by email. That is a recipe for disaster. I remember one leader who I was asked to coach. He rarely […]

What To Do When You Disagree With Management

What To Do When You Disagree With Management

 As a front line supervisor or manager, you might find yourself in this predicament: you’ve been told by the management team to take a certain message down to your team, but you disagree with it. You’re not buying in personally. How can you handle this? Ask for more clarification. Maybe you don’t understand the background […]

Sexual Harassment in the Workplace

Sexual Harassment in the Workplace

  Sexual harassment is a serious subject and if you’ve been anywhere near the news lately you’ve seen high profile figures, men of power, who have been accused of sexual harassment. What does this mean for you, as a leader, manager or supervisor in a manufacturing environment? You must take a serious look at your […]

How to Avoid Micromanaging

How to Avoid Micromanaging

No one likes being micromanaged but many people report being micromanaged. So how do you, as a leader, ensure your team achieves the desired results without having to supervise every little detail? Read, watch, or both: the following a transcript of the video. If you’ve ever gone on a road trip with young children, you’ve […]