Managerial-Leadership Case Study Contextual Goals Matter

If the goals are too small people feel micromanaged. If the goals are too large people are lost and unsure what to do, macromanaged.

Properly delegated Contextual Goals are Goldilocks Goals…They cannot be too big or too small. They are just right, and matched to the person.

Are you a Scientist or an Engineer?

There are three lines from recent reading and research I’m doing that keep haunting me and have made me explore my frame of thinking and consulting. How do I approach team building; as a scientist? as a engineer? In what ways might I serve to create a bridge for teams and managers to understand their … Continued

5 Steps to a better employee appraisal process

Changing the appraisal / evaluation period from once yearly to monthly allows you as the manager and the employee to work in shorter time, adjust and move together towards shared work goals. This way either one of you can adjust and improve your performance in a time-span that allows for improvement and feedback.