Managing people is a performance art…

Great article on HR Capitalist today.

The age old question of  building training for managers that stick and are relevant beyond induction.

Especially this teeny tiny bit of detail that tends to get assumed:

The conventional wisdom is to promote the best widget-maker into the widget-maker manager role.  Because she’s got the knowledge, skills and abilities to command the respect of the people she manages in the same function.”

True that…

http://www.hrcapitalist.com/2013/09/managing-is-performance-art-so-why-doesnt-training-for-managers-reflect-that.html

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