|STOP for a moment and think about how a manager succeeds in your organization. Is it the quality of the work? Is it having a pulse on their team and the current mood? Is it their ability to recruit and retain excellence in their staff?
Their success is critical, because people don't really work for companies, they work for managers. Their interactions, their accountabilities, and their visions all come from that top-down relationship.
If that relationship isn't functioning as well as it could be, you could see it manifest in lower productivity, miscommunication, and inconsistency in performance. On the flip-side, if that manager-employee connection is supportive, cohesive, and compatible, then your results can be successful beyond your imagination.
|Think about the leadership in your organization. Could they use a boost in effectiveness? Are you creating the best environment for them to excel in their roles? If not, what would it take?
Your path to success starts by investing in your managers, so they can build extraordinary teams that carry out your vision with enthusiasm and dedication.