Many hiring managers put forth a laundry list of skills requirements for open jobs and then complain they can’t find good applicants. Perhaps they’re focusing on the wrong things.
It’s not easy being a first-time manager or supervisor. Newly promoted managers might have the industry knowledge and functional skills for the job, but people leadership is a whole different world.
Even if you haven’t received formal training in good management philosophy, following our 8-point checklist will get you moving in the right direction.
Is your company where you want it to be, or do your goals seem just out of reach? By assessing the performance competencies of your existing team and identifying what’s missing, you can begin to bridge the gap.
Ancient evil. Curses. Dark, twisting labyrinths of terror. The office environment can be rough!
Why put up with that when you can build a better business dynasty using the most up-to-date hiring and development tools?
In sports and in sales, you have to be strategic to build a winning team. Hockey GMs are on their own. Sales Managers, on the other hand, have a secret weapon: job models.