If you don’t have time to read leadership books, but still want to be a great manager, I have ideas for you.
Even though 2020 was not the kind of year any of us had expected, I am truly honored by the number of people who I have gotten to work with and coach. I am grateful for the wonderful comments I have received on my blog, book, online course, and videos.
There is a great need for new managers in public media. Here are some things you will need to know.
Sometimes new managers inherit a series of problems that have been left unsolved. That can be a challenge for experienced managers but especially challenging for those with limited experience.
If someone put you in charge of your station today, would you know what to do? I sure didn’t when I got my first job as a general manager. Over 30 years, I made plenty of mistakes and enjoyed a fair amount of success. Here’s how you can avoid some of the mistakes I made.
It’s not unusual for new managers in public media to feel a bit overwhelmed. But as I learned in over 30 years as a public radio manager, it can be exciting and give you a feeling that you are doing something to help your community. It can also be complex and challenging.
Here’s a tip on how to be successful with your job hunt during the pandemic.
Have you been thinking about looking for a new job? I know what it will take for your application to stand out from all the rest.
What would make you a better leader? Do you need help managing people, your time or even your boss? I would like to help you find solutions to your problems.
Since the arrival of the Coronavirus we are learning new ways of leading our organizations. We still aren’t out of the woods yet. I want to share some thoughts to think about.
Leaders learn how to coach their employees. That means getting to know them so they can determine how they can best motivate them. But everyone is different, so it’s important get to know what makes them tick.
Public media is in need of new leaders. How can you prepare yourself? I’m offering a FREE E-book with ideas.