The Management Blog
Tips & advice to help you improve your performance
The words manager and leader are used interchangeably most of the time, but they are not the same.
There is a world of difference between a manager, which every single company on the planet has, and a true leader, which is fairly rare.
The most common complaint that all managers have is lack of time to focus on their responsibilities.
It’s not uncommon for leaders to be bombarded with questions and concerns the minute they walk through their office doors, and have to put out fires throughout the day.
In the ever-competing marketplace, business owners have to try and get ahead every which way they can.
The problem is that traditional advertising, and even newer solutions, are not enough anymore. Learn More
Not everyone wants to climb the corporate ladder to a leadership position, but those that get this opportunity should not take it lightly.
Being a manager requires a new set of skills that wasn’t necessary in previous roles, and not everyone who gets this role is trained or qualified to lead others.
If you have managed to grow your business from a startup, you have gone further than most businesses.
While having a novel idea can be exciting, not many people have the skills, drive and experience necessary to actually run a company. Learn More
If you are an executive who works long and hard hours, you likely tell yourself that that is just the price of success.
In the modern world, most executives believe that all others in their similar positions work tirelessly and have no life. Learn More