Circumstances always exist; it’s a fact of life.
What I have noticed is that managers sometimes fall into the trap of complaining about the circumstances.
While it might be tempting and make you feel good in the short term, does it really achieve anything long term?
As a manager, you are employed to deliver results. Achieving results requires you to take decisions and then act on those decisions.
So where are you focusing your attention as a manager? On complaining about the circumstances or on taking actions to achieve results?
Duncan Brodie of Goals and Achievements helps accountants and health professionals to achieve success and realize their professional potential through being highly effective leaders and managers. For more information and to sign up for his free audio e-course click here
Since 2006 I’ve worked with in excess of 8,000 accountants and professionals in workshops, seminars and one to one helping them land their next jobs and become better leaders, presenters and business partners. Before that I spent 25 years in accountancy climbing the career ladder from Payments Clerk to FD. I’m a CIMA Fellow, Certified Professional Coach and Team Coach Facilitator.
I agree. See “Managing Project Resources” at https://www.steelray.com/blog/?p=125 – section entitled “Give Them Room to Vent.”Reply