If we were talking here about airline pilots, would you fly with them?
I didn't think so. That's an unacceptable number. It also happens to be the same rate at which people are promoted into management without any readiness or ability. We put them into the role without any preparation, or we confuse technical prowess for leadership ability.
It's the Manager by Clifton & Harter, Gallup Researchers
Truly effective managers blend both leadership thinking + tactical operations in ways that motivate, develop, empower and engage. My workshops weave all these elements and more throughout.
All Management Mastery learning is designed to foster and sustain success for prospective and existing frontline and middle managers.
Managers get less investment or attention but are MORE RESPONSIBLE for many of the common pain points in organizations.
Most people quit the manager, not the job or the company.
I know what it's like to struggle in leadership even after having training on what to do! Imagine how that feels for your managers who haven't enjoyed any level of support and preparation. You've probably suffered some of this yourself - we all have Bad Boss stories, don't we?
Promotion can be punishment.
It's never too early or too late to give your team leaders the tools they need to drive better business results through themselves and their people.