I was browsing around the Audiofile Magazine website recently and came across their 2010 review of my audiobook The One Year Daily Devotions for Leaders. They wrote: Jim Seybert narrates his own work with eloquence as he delivers a treasure trove of bite-sized devotions for time-challenged business and ministry leaders. Readings cover broad issues of …
There’s a lot about the way Steve Job conducted himself that most of us should try to avoid, but with regard to his penchant for getting face-to-face he was right on the money.
If you manage people and are held accountable for their performance, consider what you can do to help them achieve forward momentum.
Drawing from academic and business writing, this whitepaper acknowledges the organizational imperatives of vision and productivity and presents an argument for a more intentional approach to training in those skills specifically related to managing teams of people.
You probably have a not-so-favorite story about someone who was such a great employee that they were promoted to manager – and fell to pieces. It happens far too often, doesn’t it?