A few years ago, I was promoted into my current position, where I supervise three other employees. Since the promotion, I’ve learned – OK, I’m still learning! – how to improve my supervisory skills. Here are three tips I offer to new supervisors.
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Internal audit can help navigate the changing technology landscape as governments move toward more public-friendly e-commerce solutions.
While preventing disengagement is good, inspiring active engagement is even better. The most powerful way to inspire engagement of a workforce is to draw upon the passion that resides within your team.
The cause-and-effect dynamic with the pandemic is hard to discern among all the noise. Let’s amplify the message that we have the ability to exert control over what happens. Mitigating the spread of COVID-19 is within our control. Make the linkages between good behaviors and good outcomes a core part of the broader communications signal.
What is your relationship with your leaders like? It makes a true difference.
How are you supposed to create a space of innovation when you’re working from home with so many distractions? There’s no easy answer to this.
How can you improve your office’s training materials?
What do employers and their procurement staff do if they need to purchase accessible technology tools to support remote work and digital communication? How do they know they are procuring accessible technology that can be used effectively from employees’ homes?
If we learn how to deliver feedback in a constructive manner, we can help those receiving it thrive.
Now that my bookshelf is packed, it’s time for me to go find some new sources of leadership inspiration. I hope after reading this, you’ll also be inspired to look for leadership lessons in whatever you chose to read.