I had a gentleman visit that is pretty frustrated with the direction the company he works for is heading. The following is my advice. Think about it this way. A lot of people look at it as if they work for the company and the company is in control, but you don't work for the company, you are working for yourself. What you have done is make a contract with the company to trade your skills and your knowledge for their pay and compensation package. That puts you back in control
I like to read the comments on leadership books listed on amazon. I find recurring themes in the comments. Complaining that the book contains nothing new. - My suggestion being the leadership books contain nothing new because there are grounding principals regarding leadership that each of the authors recognizes and are in their way pointing those principals out. The answers are many readers do not want to accept the principals and are possibly not ready for leadership. Compl
I wrote about the toxic work environment in my kid's workplace. The manager causing the toxic work environment is leaving. I am not sure if he is being forced to go, or he just found other work. I am hoping he is being forced to leave from the standpoint that upper management realizes they have a problem.
My son informed us the other day that they had been informed if they cannot find more workers, everyone would need to work seven days a week. He is not happy about that an
Examples of behavior exhibited by a manager, supervisor, or lead that will get me angry enough to blow my top. I have zero tolerance for abusive superiors. They are cowards each and every one. It takes nothing to bully people afraid for their jobs. 1. Abusing the power of their status to intimidate employees.
2. Using security cameras to spy on employees when not at the workplace.
3. Letting older work staff bully the teenage work staff.
4. Using the schedule to punish emp
MY BUSINESS MUSE
My reflections gathered through reading, listening, personal work experience and observation
The most important thing in communication is hearing what isn't said.