The Entrepreneur and the Promoted Employee (2of2)

published in: Case studies

24 Nov
2011

Peter is your best employee in that department and you promote him to Customer Service Manager.

6 months later you find out that Peter is still your best employee, but he is not appropriate for manager.   He fails to praise and reprimand his subordinates, sets low department goals, etc.  You have set 2 business objectives:

The Entrepreneur and the Promoted Employee (2of2)


The Entrepreneur and the Promoted Employee (1of2)

published in: Case studies

09 Nov
2011

You are a dynamic entrepreneur. In these years of economic crisis you started a new business. The first year was very successful for you. Your company has grown to 18 members. You took the right decision to promote an employee to a manager in your biggest 9 staff department - Customer Service department.

Peter is your best employee in that department and you promote him to Manager Customer Service.

The Entrepreneur and the Promoted Employee (1of2)


The Business Leaders, Мanagers and the Тricky Мotivation


31 Oct
2011

So, a Business Leader has 4 managers of workshops that produce glazed tanks.  One of the workshops has significantly lower productivity.  The Leader visits the workshop Manager with the goal to find a way to improve the performance.  The Leader to the Manager:...
                                                              "What can we do to improve results?"managers, leaders, manager, leader, motivation, employee
pic.1.: Ms Stefka Kostadinova jumps over 209 cm in 1988 - world record eversince.

The Business Leaders, Мanagers and the Тricky Мotivation


The Business Leader and the Truth

published in: Leadership

17 Oct
2011

When an employee makes a mistake I visit him/her to show where s/he went wrong.  leader, truth, employeeS/he  denies s/he did the error.  Often s/he tries to prove that there is almost no error or the error is somewhere else.  I dump on her/him all known logic of Archimedes and Pythagoras, but the employee still does not recognize the error.

Stop.  What am I doing?

The Business Leader and the Truth


Test 9. Logical Thinking – Analogies


09 Oct
2011

It sounds reasonably prior leading others to learn about ourselves.  test, logical thinking, analogies, leaderKnowing our strengths and weaknesses will help us make a decision which activities must be delegated...


The test below aims at assessing our logical thinking capabilities.

20 pairs of words follow. Against each pair of words you are requested to write down the correct code.

Test 9. Logical Thinking – Analogies


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