There are practically as many management styles as there are managers. That could be a good thing.
Four steps to developing your own management style.
Management is a multifaceted process, with a wide range of considerations; many management styles are tied to specific situations.
What is the right approach for some groups of employees may not work for others.
Since management styles are (slightly) different for each person, the path to becoming a skilled manager is doing what works for you. It starts with taking inventory of yourself, recognizing which management traits will promote improved productivity in your employees.
Four steps to developing your own management style:
Many things can happen in the workplace. One of the most caustic is working under a bad boss. The reasons behind imperfect management can be varied—disrespectful, offensive or arrogant. They could even be a decent person, but have poor leadership skills. Continue reading →
True spirituality cannot be found in the noise and restlessness of modern life. Take the time to quiet your mind, even if it is for a few precious moments.
In silence, one finds their inner spirit.
There is no hope for positive change, unless there is first the sincere desire to change. Real progress is not something that comes from outside your mind, but from within the deepest parts of yourself.
You are the sum of the information upon which you choose to act. For material changes to the spirit, change in thought and subsequent action must come first. Adjust your attitude, and your soul will follow. Continue reading →