It’s a truism of business today that few organizations have professionally trained managers in their executive ranks. They may be smart, they may be committed, they may even be very good at what they do, but without training, they may still lack the skills necessary to get the most out of their direct reports…and their peers.
The difference between good company results and great performance is often more about leadership than the products or services. Collaboration, trust, complementary actions all contribute to the bottom line…and a happier, more productive operation.
Great individuals often create mediocre teams. Good people, with good leadership skills, make great teams.