10 Leadership Tips for Managers Who Want to Be Great in Their Job

It’s often the small things that make the biggest difference.  

What manager doesn’t want to be excellent in their job? To not just get consistent results, but to have team members fully engaged, developing, and living out the organization’s mission.  

Now, it doesn’t take a rocket scientist to know that most managers aren’t very good. My in-the-field research, gained by training managers to become leaders the last several years, suggests that 50% of managers should turn in their title and go back to being individual contributors. The list of reasons is long but boiled down; it’s their inability or unwillingness to inspire, empower, and serve their team members. 

Most managers aren’t leaders because they are unwilling to inspire, empower, and serve their team.  

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