Most managers get that role because they’re the hardest worker; the best salesperson; or the smartest person in the office.
But those traits don’t translate into being an effective manager. That’s where screening, development, and – most importantly – training – comes into play.
A new article in HR Executive Online discusses how and why to get managers properly trained as well as establishing metrics for success.
And yes, I’m quoted in the article.
Thanks to Scott Westcott and HR Exec Online