It is not easy to lead after taking steps to reduce personnel. In these hard times of crisis, it is very likely that we will be faced with this situation.
In her Coaching and Innovation blog in Elfinancierocr.com, Margaret Grigsby discussed the issue and gave some guidelines for overcoming the bitter taste left by the layoffs: "It's very ugly. You feel awful after taking such actions, but that must be left outside the workplace. You cannot walk through the hallways regretting that you had to do this or that. After all, that's part of your responsibilities and so is giving support to others.”
"In a Hierarchy Every Employee Tends to Rise to His Level of Incompetence" Laurence J. Peter.
In her blog in Elfinancierocr.com, Margaret Grigsby reviews Peter Principle, using as a paradigmatic example the case of Diego Maradona, and his performance as football player and now as head coach of Argentina's national soccer team.
Great business owners become great based on their actions. Intentions are meaningless. Words are important. Results are everything.
Consistently accomplish these five functions and you, your company -- and most importantly your employees -- all reap the benefits. Fail at these five functions and no matter how hard you work, you and your business will eventually fall short. argues Jeff Haden in Money Watch on cbsnews.com.
We can be better leaders if we understand that unconsciously, as humans we will always seek to increase our status in society.
This need has existed since prehistoric times. According to researcher David Rock, from the time that humans started living together in groups, increasing their status has been as important as getting food.
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