Growhmself Consulting to provide Effective ManagersTM Manager Assessment and Effective Point of Accountability® services in Romania
Bucharest, Romania. Dwight Mihalicz, President of Effective ManagersTM announced today the signing of a partnership agreement with Growhmself Consulting, based in Romania.
“We are delighted to welcome our first consulting firm from the European Union into the Effective ManagersTM family”, said Dwight Mihalicz. “Anca and I have worked very closely together as Board members on the CMC-Global Institute. In addition, she is the Treasurer of CMC-Global so we volunteer colleagues as well. Anca is a great addition to our team, and I know the methodology will serve her clients in Eastern Europe very well. ”
Most of our information on manager effectiveness comes from surveys and monitoring workplace metrics. However, it is a problematic category of data to evaluate and analyze, because while good management practices exist, a lot will depend on what the employees perceive as beneficial.
But can a manager’s effectiveness at his job significantly affect whether an employee will stay with the company or quit? To answer this, we can take a look at Google’s Project Oxygen, which set out to prove that managers weren’t necessary, especially for a company with a flat organization. However, they managed to show the opposite.
When hiring a consultant, it’s important to do your research to find the best possible fit for your organization. Management consultants are not a rare sight nowadays, so it can be challenging to make a choice. To ensure that you’re hiring a person who is a professional that abides by a code of conduct, insist on one who has a CMC certification.
CMC is an international professional certification for consulting professionals, and it stands for Certified Management Consultant. Here are a few reasons why you should insist on a CMC designation when you hire a management consultant:
The sad fact about the working world today is that most of us have encountered a terrible boss at some point in our careers. Sometimes it’s difficult for subordinates to pinpoint what it is that makes the leaders awful, but they are always aware when their job unhappiness is caused by their superior.
A possible solution to this problem is self-awareness. For a lousy boss to become better, they need to know how good bosses work. Once they become aware of how they’re letting their subordinates down, they can work on improving their managerial abilities. Let’s have a look at the five things bad bosses fail to do: