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This may be a question you’ve never considered before. But if you’re a manager who understands that your role has to change and respond to different situations, it’s a question that’s well worth thinking about. Servant leadership was a concept that Robert Greenleaf wrote about in...

I have bad news for you. Three out of four employees say that their boss is the most stressful part of their job. There are many facts that have been collected by the Gallup organization about what makes a bad boss. Seventy percent of the...

Being committed to your role as a manager doesn’t mean it’s personal.   You are not the role you play. You can have many roles in life: parent, marriage partner, sibling, child, employee, manager, etc. But what I stress in my leadership coaching practice is that you are...

Leaders must know themselves: their strengths and tendencies, their limits and weaknesses, their beliefs, what they value, the role they occupy. It is their stage. Do they shrink or expand, become more of who they are, become the leader they would be? For the biggest tool a leader has, is their self, knowing what triggers their emotions, knowing that emotions...

Welcome to BetterManager. Today we're going to share some tips about time management. The truth is time management is really self-management. As we know we cannot do anything about controlling time. The clock just keeps on ticking. But there are a few things that we...

Company culture is the emotional and psychological environment your staff operates in, day in and day out. It’s the most pervasive and influential determinant of your organization’s health and success.   Ask yourself: Are your employees engaged and excited about your company and their work?  Or...