So much of what we do in the engineering, construction, and facility management industry is interwoven through communication. As a result, good-better-best leadership is dependant on good-better-best communication. Being one of the best in your business requires one to be very good at communicating your message to those whom you manage. Here are three tricks-of-the-trade that have come in handy for me over the years.
I am always amused at this approach to management and, if it is obvious to me, then I’m sure it is obvious to others that this individual lacks the confidence within them to effectively lead others. If you are in a leadership position and no matter what the situation, when a problem arises, assume the trouble starts with you. After all, if you are in charge, you do share some, if not all, of the responsibility.