Can we create organizations free from politicking, bureaucracy and internal corporate struggle? Organizations where employees are not in perpetual stress do not experience resentment or bitter apathy. Companies where the “above” do not pretend to be important, while the “below” operate as hard labor. Much depends on your answer! A fundamentally new look at the development of organizations, which will help move to the next level of development and build a conscious and integral company of the future.
To see is not to understand, to understand is to see! You see things not as they are, but as you are. Continue reading
In his book, Bruce Tulgan addresses the key problem of modern managers – the epidemic of “non-management” – and offers concrete steps to help you become a strong manager who: clearly voices his expectations to employees, regularly receives and analyzes feedback, corrects mistakes of subordinates in time, and even faster rewards them for success.
Do you spend a lot of time talking with employees? You discuss hundreds of topics: “How was your weekend?” Did your son’s birthday go well? Have you seen this TV show? ” Perhaps you want to talk with employees about their personal affairs in order to build closer ties with them. However, this approach interferes with management relationships. When a discussion begins to concern working issues, you cannot always take full advantage of your power. Continue reading
Such a popular expression now is “emotional burnout” … What should happen to a person so that he becomes insensitive to others, immune to grief, to feelings, hard-hearted and rather rigid in his statements, not caring how much they can injure others.
But in essence this is a wound of the person himself, the so-called “fee for sympathy”: the more open you are to the world, the greater the likelihood that people will certainly use this soulfulness for their own purposes, without taking into account the finiteness of this resource. Continue reading