Tag: management development

Interfere at Your Peril!

August 16, 2009 | By | Add a Comment

Generally, as managers, we know stuff. We come into the role for the people management skills we have (or at least the perceived potential we have) as well as the experiences we’ve had in our past work. Skills and experience mean that we can provide support and help to our team of people to get […]

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Giving In – Or Just Being Smart?

July 14, 2009 | By | Add a Comment

Sometimes, as managers, we have a very initimate decision to make. We have to decide whether getting over ourselves is more valuable in the context we are in, or standing our ground, being smart, and winning the war, not the battle. You see, when you have developed a series of skills that are of great […]

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Just Helping Out

July 12, 2009 | By | Add a Comment

There is a time in any manager’s career, when the moment hits you, that your work has changed. It’s in this brief moment, that you realize that you have stepped up from being a worker, to a manager. In those few seconds of realization, you notice that something has shifted for you and you will […]

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