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"Take away my people but leave my factories, and soon grass will grow on factory floors. Take away my factories but leave my people, and soon we will have a new and better factory."
- Andrew Carnegie
Taking on a leadership role for an organization is not just about holding meetings and holding people accountable. It's not just about deciding who should be fired and who should be promoted, and it's definitely not about being better than your peers. Taking on a management position is about building a strong and effective team. Helping your team members achieve their career goals and creating processes and systems to help get work done more smoothly and efficiently.
The real success of a great manager is their ability to get better outcomes from a group of people working together than they could achieve on their own. A great manager will constantly be assessing, revising and improving three things: purpose, people and process.
At MOSAIC we help good managers become great leaders.
Necessary Skills of Successful Managers
Planning and preparation
A big deadline
Clear vision and communication
Creating a culture of feedback
Supporting strategy, culture and change
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