Tina Del Buono of Practical Practice Management shares some worthy leadership advice. Enjoy the read.
That may sound pretty harsh, but let’s think it through before making any critical judgments.
The “manager” works under someone, perhaps a supervisor or the business owner. They have been entrusted to instruct, guide and inspire those that they oversee. It is what the job description states, and it is what is expected.
Three small words, but three difficult tasks for several reasons;
1. Instruct: Not all people learn the same or at the same speed. Communication during training may require different teaching methods to get everyone on the same playing field and understanding what the game plan is. Some players may catch on quickly and others may take longer. Instructing then is not a “one size fits all”…
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