The view on the role of Manager is a relic of yesterday’s thinking and practice in management. It’s an industrial revolution hangover that is ripe for retirement to a museum display. The label and old meaning don't hunt in a digital world.
Art Petty2021-04-13T08:55:07-05:00April 13th, 2021|
There’s a Rubik’s Cube puzzle to solve when considering your “next” options in your career. Solving this puzzle requires you to think differently about yourself—something that requires thoughtful introspection and outside support.
Art Petty2021-04-09T08:16:42-05:00April 9th, 2021|
We wrapped up the latest Career Reinvent Boot Camp with last night’s group session, and as always, for this program, it’s part celebration of incredible progress and new friendships made, and a short, slightly sad goodbye. Here are some of the key insights gained via this fabulous cohort group:
Art Petty2021-04-08T09:11:05-05:00April 8th, 2021|
I regularly talk with managers and leaders who believe they are grinding harder but getting nowhere. One described himself as working in quicksand: "The more hours I spend and the harder I push, the faster we are sinking. I need to do something different." Raise your hand if you’ve ever felt this way. Here are ideas to help you adjust your approaches and regain control:
Art Petty2021-04-05T11:03:11-05:00April 5th, 2021|
New managers are the front-end of our leadership pipelines. And, they face a daunting challenge in shifting from contributor/producer to manager. They need help, coaching, training, and on-going support, and that's often hard to come by in our time-stressed worlds.
Art Petty2021-03-26T09:29:27-05:00March 24th, 2021|
There's a great deal we don't get right in our organization when developing our first-time managers. Peel the layers of the onion and ultimately, you find a fatal flaw in the nature of the promoting manager to new manager relationship. Here are some ideas to fix that flaw:
Art Petty2021-03-23T08:58:28-05:00March 23rd, 2021|
Free eBook: High Performance Habits of First-Time Managers
Becoming a manager for the first time is a daunting task, and so many first-time managers do not receive adequate training and support for the transition to their new role. This eBook was created to help new managers, and seasoned managers alike, study some fundamental habits of effective and respected managers and begin to incorporate them into your daily work lives.