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Our Holiday Message to You

Our Holiday Message to You

 We wanted to take a moment to wish you the very best this holiday season. Thank you for being a part of our community. From all of us at Front Line Leadership Systems and Unique Training and Development, Happy Holidays, Merry Christmas, and all the best in 2019.

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 […]

Stop Losing Employees: Create a Sense of Hope

Stop Losing Employees: Create a Sense of Hope

 Want to stop losing employees? Consider creating a positive “hope slope” in your department. Employees don’t make the decision to leave your company, or stay, based on whether the environment is terrible or awesome. They make the decision based on whether things are getting better or getting worse. Your job as the leader is to give employees hope that […]

Stop Complaining About the Other Shift

Stop Complaining About the Other Shift

 Does your team complain about how the other shift leaves your department in terms of messiness, low inventory or lack of supplies? In this leader feeder, we’re going to learn why you should stop complaining about the other shift. When the employees on your shift complain about the previous one, do you join in on that complaining? […]