Leadership and Participation

While The Principle Of Delegation Is Clear, The Means Of Carrying It Out Are Often Not. Thomas J. Roach Most managers understand that a work environment of participative decision-making is preferable to one where only supervisors make decisions and subordinates unquestioningly carry them out. However, while the principle of delegation is clear, the means of carrying it out are often…

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How to Develop Your Employees for the Future

Effective Leaders Work Hard At Developing Their Replacement. By Steve Schumacher Most organizations put a long-range plan together for things like market share, revenue, products lines, etc. Those plans typically extend out for five or 10 years. Fewer organizations put the same time, energy, money, and brain power into putting together a long-range plan for employee development.  The companies that…

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