Why do managers fail to get people moving in the right direction? More often than not they blame their staff, even as they lack the drive to push themselves to communicate outside their chosen comfort zone. The answer to being a better motivator? Know your limits and exceed them.
If you supervise the work of others, consider my observation: most managers chronically under-communicate.
While I can’t prove the above assertion with research data, my anecdotal evidence suggests
Source:: Why Managers Now Need to Communicate Until It Hurts
What can local companies do when faced with backlogs of any kind? From lists of overdue phone calls to folders of email messages, this nagging issue is difficult to solve. In this article I argue that we are better off staying away from pop-psychological diagnoses in favor of process-oriented solutions.
Case in point: Our justice system shows evidence of several, alarming backlogs. As citizens we agree that they partially cause our increasing crime rate. When suspects
Source:: Got a Backlog of Anything? Use Process, Not Psychological Solutions
As an executive in a large Jamaican company, how do you ensure that good strategic ideas spark the right conversations between important stakeholders? Too often, these dialogues get trapped at the top or bottom of organisations so that fruitful meetings between leaders and those being led never take place. Sadly, poor corporate results ensue leaving everyone mutually mystified, annoyed and disenchanted.
By contrast, small companies have it easy. In a start-up in which I’m involved, a
Source:: How to Close Communication Gaps For a New Corporate Strategy