What do you do when you get low culture survey results? A study by the Society for Human Resource Management found that 80% of employees say that workplace culture is a crucial factor in their decision to stay in an organization. Whenever someone shares with me that they quit their position and moved on to […]
Four myths prevent frontline leaders from having coaching conversations with distribution employees. If you are to commence coaching, many believe it is either to invoke disciplinary action, it will be time-consuming, only managers can initiate the conversation, or it will be intimidating. Coaching Conversation Fiction Myth One: Strictly for Disciplinary Purposes If you are not […]
Manufacturing Leaders Quiet Firing Last week we focused on quiet quitting. This week our focus is reversed as we explore manufacturing leaders quiet firing. Quiet firing does still exist in workplaces, and a few ways you can recognize it is when your leaders start to take away things from people in terms of: Work schedule […]
How does the Front Line Leadership Team play a role in times of laying plant employees off? This is not the most positive subject, but in any manufacturing or distribution organization, there are times when the workload drops enough where there is no other choice but to action some layoffs.
How can you cross off more items on your to-do list? Even professionals that teach a lot of good leadership practices still struggle with crossing items off of their own to-do lists.