I work with executives, owners, and managers—high achievers and highly motivated individuals. Such people and personalities clash at times, especially in intense, high-octane business environments.
I happened across an article not too long ago that offered five ways to tell if your employees dislike you. Maybe that seems a bit harsh, but the author was right on. If, upon honest consideration, you recognize any of these warning signs within your organization, it’s time to dig deeper and engage in some self-reflection:
Most employees aren’t ecstatic to hear the words “performance review time.” While a good portion know it’s important for their personal and professional development, the words still create a sense of discomfort. And for those who are defensive about performance reviews, those words engender more than discomfort.
Exceptional managers know that maintaining a healthy company culture is complicated. Learn the 3 common elements that these managers use to build culture.
Depending on your perspective, employee turnover can be the best thing to happen to your company and the individual employee. Learn more in this post.
As you work toward creating a high-performance culture, Mydlach Management helps assess management's effectiveness in creating an honest and open dialogue.