Time is a precious commodity, and it is especially so in working life. Managers unanimously complain that they don’t have enough time in the day to effectively manage their teams, handle their workload and attend to customers.
As a manager, you do everything possible to empower your team. You learn about the most effective strategies to promote a collaborative working environment, and know that one of the best tactics to do so is to create a mentorship programme.
Not everyone likes change; however, resistance to change can lead to disaster in the professional world. A company must evolve in order to stay competitive, and everyone needs to be onboard when change is on the horizon.
If you have appraisals coming up with your team, it is important to plan for a creative and effective experience. Many times, both employers and employees come away from these meetings with feelings of complete failure.
As a manager, you may be wondering about introducing a mentorship programme to your team. There are clear benefits to mentorship (which we will also present below), but did you ever wonder if you are too late in the game for mentoring?
In life, there are often no blueprints on how things should be done. However, when it comes to being a manager, there are existing and proven management models that one can follow to improve their own performance and that of their team.
With the world constantly evolving and the integrative part technology plays in our lives, it is no surprise that jobs and job descriptions are quickly changing as well. It is important for professionals to think ahead and focus on learning skills that are not only valued at the present time, but will be highly sought[…..]