Become a better manager


  1. Know your strengths and weaknesses.
    Take advantage of tools such as StrengthsFinder 2.0 and StandOut to gain a deeper understanding of your unique strengths. You may also seek honest feedback from your family, friends, and colleagues to gain a well-rounded perspective.
  2. Invest in yourself.
    Take steps to pursue formal training that will enhance your efficiency and equip you with new skills. Consider the value of professional coaching, especially if you are a senior-level employee. Pause and ask yourself: Will I be glad I took this step one year from now?
  3. Identify areas for improvement.
    Reflect on your leadership abilities and pinpoint specific areas that require development or improvement. This awareness will guide your efforts to become a more effective leader.
  4. Explore various training opportunities.
    Delve into research and seek out seminars, conferences, roundtable discussions, panel talks, and workshops that can provide the skills and knowledge you need to grow as a leader.


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