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  • What Impact Are Your Managers Having?

    What Impact Are Your Managers Having?

    Posted 12/10/2012 By in EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT, GETTING THE MOST OUT OF YOUR PEOPLE, MANAGEMENT With | No Comments

    There’s a saying that ‘people join organisations but leave managers’ and in my experience it rings pretty true.  While some turnover in an organisation is actually a good thing, you don’t want to be losing your top talent and high potentials due to their relationship with a particular manager.  I am very clear with all the managers that I work with that striving for a group of ‘engaged employees’ in their teams is a critical ingredient to high performance and sustainability.  This means they need to be aware of the impact they are having, positive or negative, on their people.  Gone are the days of autocratic management, or a one size fits all ethos.  This is a good thing in my opinion (and in the opinion of many employees).

    "Where do you or your Managers sit?"

    “What Impact are You or Your Managers Having on Their People?”

    I have developed a model that shows the influence of managers on their people and what impact that can have on an organisations business objectives.

    You can see the detrimental impact that Destructive and Ineffective managers are having, they create teams of Disengaged people or worse, a team of Saboteurs who are actively undermining your organisation.

    There are obvious benefits in developing your managers to a level that is at least Competent, they have teams that perform well and could be described as productive.  The real benefits that can lead to a competitive advantage comes from coaching your managers to the Skilled or Outstanding levels with teams of people who are Engaged at work or who become Champions for your business.

    I’m about to launch a 12 month Management Development Coaching program that is designed specifically to support their progression towards Outstanding.  More information to come shortly.

    Please help me to spread the word by sharing.

      Sean
      Sean is an experienced coach, speaker and facilitator who is passionate about improving the relationship between people, their work and the organisations they work for. If you want to get the most out of your managers, supervisors and their teams and think that work can or should be a rewarding and enjoyable component of a productive and meaningful life it might be worth a chat.

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