Another year, another let down on your must have goals from last year, or did you let yourself down? What were your goals? Did you give them all serious thought, or just write up the first few things that popped into your mind to get them to your supervisor on time? Did you do a […]
As a supervisor with over twenty-five years helping new, transferred, and seasoned employees find the direction they need to complete their individual goals and team support functions, a recurring theme plays out every so often. Typically someone comes into my office at review time…
Rogue Supervisors, Excessive CAPA’s, and Blind Management, A Trifecta for Despair, Non-compliance, and Employee Turnover
Rogue Supervisor- A dishonest or unprincipled supervisor
Rogue supervisors, does anyone know one? How do you know they have gone rogue? Is it a quality your company seeks out under the disguise of a ‘new direction’? What do you do if you have one?
In the regulated world of medical devices, many procedures and processes are…
So you have an office for the first time, and you are a manager. You have some direct reports, a budget to handle, and directives from above on what the expectations for the company are this year. Now all you need to do is produce each week month after month.
What are you going to do when someone comes to your office and asks if
It can be a bit confusing for new supervisors and/or managers, to know when to delegate versus unleash all the groups’ work, including their own, to their direct supports. It is best to get through the trial and error portion of their new position as soon as possible.
Delegating is the act of appropriately dispensing work assignments to employees to complete on time, helping to grow support people, and keeping the team working to complete its goals …