If you knew 6 in 10 pilots were never prepared for their job, would you get on a plane and fly?
Does watching all episodes of Grey's Anatomy qualify someone to be your doctor?
I didn't think so. Yet that's exactly what we do all the time when it comes to managers. We put them into the role without any preparation, or we confuse technical prowess for leadership ability.
This is especially true in the manufacturing world.
Many trainers and consultants focus on top leadership development, and I'm all for it. Yet billions are spent on executive coaching programs and we still have issues.
The truth is, FRONTLINE & MIDDLE MANAGERS get less attention but are MORE RESPONSIBLE for many of the common pain points in organizations.
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