- October 6, 2014
- Posted by: STEP Consulting
- Category: Uncategorized
By Terence Traut, Entelechy, Inc.
Abstract: Terence Traut from Entelechy, Inc. draws from interviews, research, and extensive experience to identify the most important management skill.
I’ve been teaching management and leadership skills now for over 20 years to new managers and supervisors as well as to seasoned veterans.
I’ve worked with some of today’s leadership and management thought leaders and researchers including Tom Peters, Dr. Warren Bennis, and Dr. Henry Mintzberg.
I’ve met, researched, and worked with some of today’s renowned leaders including Captain Mike Abrashoff, Warren Bennis, Marshall Goldsmith, Jack Welch, Sir Richard Branson, John Kotter, Dave Ulrich, Pat Lencioni, and many others.
I’ve talked to thousands of employees and looked at what they wanted – NEEDED – from managers that they felt they weren’t getting, or getting enough of.
And, perhaps most importantly, I am a manager. I hire, fire, manage performance, coach, cajole, and counsel.