In my experience, one of the most common reasons managers want to adopt a coaching style of leadership is because they want to help their people find their own solutions rather than tell them what to do. Usually they know they have a skilled team of professionals and they want to build their … [Read More...]
This post was originally published on the Discuss HR blog. You can read the original post here
As a profession, HR spends a fair time agonising over how to raise our profile as a strategic partner and add value to the business.
The accepted wisdom is that we need to “sell the benefit” of … [Read More...]
This post was originally published in the Newsletter for CIPD Management Toolclicks. You can read the original article here.
How you as a manager view conflict will largely control your attitude and approach to dealing with it.
Most people don’t like conflict. Maybe that’s because our … [Read More...]
As HR professionals and senior leaders, we often think on a macro scale. We’re often trying to change or implement things at an organisation level, or we’re helping managers create change at a department level or business sector level. And we’re often trying to do that with limited … [Read More...]
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