3 Warning Signs You Should Consider Changing Your Management Style

If you are noticing that something feels off with your team, it may be because of your management style. Since small actions repeated over time can have a significant impact, you may be unaware that your behavior is adversely affecting your team. This can lead to disengagement, absenteeism, and turnover. As a result, you may… Read More »

How to Lead a Multi-Generational Team Effectively

From Generation Z to Baby Boomers and beyond, you may be employing a number of different personality types. There can be challenges when working with a team of many different ages. Your team will have varying opinions and approaches, and a great manager can’t expect every employee to work the same way. Here are some… Read More »

How to Be Hands-on Without Micromanaging

Good management is the right balance of engaging your staff while allowing employees to complete tasks on their own. Too much distance and you are out of touch with your department; however, too much involvement in all details of projects and you are micromanaging. How can you be hands-on with your employees without micromanaging? Open… Read More »