Have you ever seen an opening at a company for leadership positions? I’ve seen openings for a supervisor, manager, director, etc. but never an opening for a leader. Even in sports, there are openings for a wide range of coaches from a position coach to the head coach. But once again, I’ve never heard of […]
Tag Archives: management issues
Understanding Your Boss Managing a manager above you is a unique project in anyone’s job. Is it possible? Yes, it is. Who does that? Hardly anyone. Mainly because they do not understand the dynamics of their position, or even how this is accomplished. If a person wants to succeed in their position, and move up […]
Leadership, Management, Teamwork
Can ‘Modern” Corporate Organizational Structures Cut Corners on Management Quality?
As a recent college graduate, I’ve noticed numerous companies which attract lots of talent and interest in my demographic that market themselves as having “unorthodox” or “modern” organizational structures. In most cases, I feel like this carries positive connotations – not being a “stereotypical office job” is a common selling point during interviews, more relaxed […]
Many people believe that corporate greed tends to overshadow the needs of their employees. Employees feel like they are in essence just a number in the corporation. Companies are required to either generate a profit or at the minimum break even if they want to stay in business. Publicly held corporations need to demonstrate to […]
Throughout my time, I have heard so many comments regarding quality. Will mistakes happen? Of course, they will. However, how you accept and respond to these mistakes indicates your commitment to your quality program. The answer that puzzles me the most is when people demonstrate their willingness to accept subpar work. In addition, they lack the […]