The 5 Things Bad Bosses Fail to Do

Dwight Mihalicz,

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:

4 Reasons Why a Leadership Program Is a Must for Aspiring and Current CEOs

Dwight Mihalicz,

There’s no successful organization without competent leadership. The weight on every CEO’s shoulders is considerable, and the pressure can mount high. When the future of an entire organization depends on your leadership skills, you need to be capable of answering the challenge.

However, it can be easy to forget that CEOs need proper support in doing their job. Since the CEO’s role is critical for organizational performance, providing that support is important. Since they sometimes have to make split-second decisions, it’s vital for CEOs to be confident in their leadership skills — and to hone them. Let’s have a look at four reasons why a leadership program is a must for aspiring and current CEOs:

Tips for Managing Employees Who Work from Home

Emma Worden,

Managing employees is never easy. As more and more workers move away from the traditional office space in favor of remote work, team management is becoming even harder. But with many companies taking on remote staff, it’s essential to learn a different management style aligned with this type of employee. And to do it successfully, here are some tips for managing employees who work from home.

3 Smart Strategies to Bring Out Your Team’s Potential

Dwight Mihalicz,

Assembling a team can be a difficult task. There are all kinds of problems that may arise once people start working together. Certain personalities may clash, expectations may turn out to be too high, and employees could end up struggling to give their best every day.

As the one who hired them so they can contribute to the bottom line of your organization,  your team is your accountability. Fortunately, you can help your employees to improve their performance — and it’s not by merely demanding better work. A more efficient way of achieving the results you need is by making your team want to do better, instead of making them feel like they have to do better. Here are three smart strategies to bring out your team’s potential:

Dwight Mihalicz elected as new CMC-Global Chair

Dwight Mihalicz,

Dwight Mihalicz addresses delegates after his election is announced

Milan, Italy. At its Annual Meeting of Delegates held in Milan, Italy, Dwight Mihalicz FCMC was elected as Chair of CMC-Global (the International Council of Management Consulting Institutes) for a 3 year term. Dwight recently served as CMC-Global treasurer (5 years) and now assumes the lead of this global association of 50 national Institutes of Management Consulting (IMCs). 

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