In today’s fast-paced and ever-changing environment, successful leaders understand the benefit of developing their greatest asset – their people. Many organizations, have identified ‘coaching’ as a key skill required for leaders to be successful at developing a workforce that will be prepared to meet future demands. This series of blogs explores the origin of coaching within a professional context, and shares practical tools to build your workforce through coaching.
Managing Time through Effective Delegation
Too much to do and too little time? Delegating appropriate activities to co-workers is a good strategy for leaders to not only manage his/her time, but to also develop others on the team. Delegation, done right, is a win for the leader, the employee, and the organization. Follow IGS’s three simple steps to successful delegation. … Continue Reading »
Six Essential Leadership Skills
May 31, 2016 | Leadership Develop.
In addition to understanding a multicultural and multigenerational workforce, IGS believes all aspiring leaders need to establish a foundation of six essential leadership skills: IGS’s Essential Laws of Leadership Command yourself. Serve others. Make a difference. Treat everyone with respect. Team with great people. Be an excellent communicator. Act with integrity. Are you ready to … Continue Reading »
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