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Top 5 Mistakes Managers Make: Misunderstanding Motivation

Management Challenge Program Designer Kate McLagan is penning our latest blog series “Top 5 Mistakes Managers Make”. Over the next five weeks, Kate will explore these critical mistakes that managers make in their relationships with their direct reports. Read on for Part 5: Misunderstanding Motivation. Click here to read Part 4: Failing to Delegate. Manager…

Top 5 Mistakes Managers Make: Failing to Delegate

Management Challenge Program Designer Kate McLagan is penning our latest blog series “Top 5 Mistakes Managers Make”. Over the next five weeks, Kate will explore these critical mistakes that managers make in their relationships with their direct reports. Read on for Part 4: Failing to Delegate. Manager Mistake #4: Failing to Delegate With today’s emphasis…

Top 5 Mistakes Managers Make: Failing to Make Time For a Team

Management Challenge Program Designer Kate McLagan is penning our latest blog series “Top 5 Mistakes Managers Make”. Over the next five weeks, Kate will explore these critical mistakes that managers make in their relationships with their direct reports. Read on for Part 3: Failing to Make Time for Team. Click here to read Mistake #2.…

Top 5 Mistakes Managers Make: Communicating Poorly

Management Challenge Program Designer Kate McLagan is penning our latest blog series “Top 5 Mistakes Managers Make”. Over the next five weeks, Kate will explore these critical mistakes that managers make in their relationships with their direct reports. Read on for Part 2: Communicating Poorly. Click here to read last week’s blog, Mistake #1: Lack…

Top 5 Mistakes Managers Make: Lack of Feedback

Management Challenge Program Designer Kate McLagan is penning our latest blog series “Top 5 Mistakes Managers Make”. Over the next five weeks, Kate will explore these critical mistakes that managers make in their relationships with their direct reports. Read on for Part 1: Lack of Feedback. Manager Mistake #1: Lack of Feedback Today’s workplace is…

The Art, Science, and Practice of Coaching – Part 3

Kate McLagan continues her discussion of “The Art, Science, and Practice of Coaching.” Read Part 1: The Art of Coaching and Part 2: The Science of Coaching. The Practice of Coaching A recent study conducted by an international consulting firm found that one-on-one leadership coaching increased productivity by more than 80% whereas managerial training alone…

The Art, Science and Practice of Coaching – Part 2

Kate McLagan continues her discussion of “The Art, Science, and Practice of Coaching.” Click to read Part 1: The Art of Coaching. The Science of Coaching To get the best out of people, we have to believe the best is in there. But how do we know it is? How much is there? How do…

The Art, Science, and Practice of Coaching – Part 1

Blueline is delighted to introduce guest blogger Kate McLagan. Over the next three weeks, Kate will define “The Art, Science, and Practice of Coaching.” Read on for Part 1: The Art of Coaching. Coaching has been a buzzword in business for some time now. Historically, the evolution of coaching has been influenced by many fields…