Related Issues

If some of the following situations apply to you, then you have a real opportunity to become a more effective executive and manager and to improve the performance of your team. To discuss your developmental needs and goals, click here to contact Saxon-Hamilton.

  • You’re having a hard time creating a truly collaborative team.
  • Your relationship with your senior isn’t as strong as you’d like it to be; you’re not sure what your senior really wants and expects from you.
  • You’re not aware of the perceptions you’re creating or of what you may be doing to create negative perceptions.
  • You find out about problems in your area of responsibility after your boss does.
  • You wonder if your management style is as effective as it could be.
  • You’re uncertain how to establish or improve key working relationships.
  • You don’t know how to positively influence outcomes when the decision-makers don’t report to you.
  • Your direct reports aren’t giving you what you need to do your best job.
  • You’ve been told that you’re lacking a key interpersonal skill.
  • You’re not comfortable showcasing your accomplishments (tooting your own horn).