Spending Time with Employees
Tip of the Month by Ron Jasniowski
managers spend most of their time with their poorest performing
employees. Other managers spend most of their time with their favorite
employees. Appropriately dividing our time between employees can reap great benefits.
Departments with managers who spend 80% of
their time with employees who produce only 20% of the results, are
underachieving departments. And if productive employees feel unappreciated because of the
little attention they receive from their manager, that can make
matters even worse. Doing the same thing over and over will
produce the same results. Change is needed in the amount of time spent
between employees and maybe with the training provided.
We all know balance is the key and that it
is difficult to accomplish. Take a few minutes to reflect on how well
you balance your time between your employees and consider making some
Future issues will provide you with
more details on how you can reach the next level of leadership
may want to print this and discuss it at your next leadership team
If you like this, you'll probably
enjoy a free sub,scription to the
"Leadership Tip of the Month." Go to
click on the "Sub,scribe" paragraph.
,scribe and unsub,scribe with ease.
address will not be abused by us or disclosed to anyone else.
Improve Your Next
Jasniowski specializes in training managers and supervisors at in-house
training workshops and at leadership retreats around the country
about character-based leadership skills. This helps managers develop
the untapped potential in employees. Learn more from the
services page or
for more information and a quote.
Archive of Past Issues
| Clients & Comments |
Ron | Con.tact Us | Home
Integrity Training Institute
Copyright © 2003-2012 Integrity Training Institute