Why Train?

Seems like an unnecessary question. But most of us know it’s not. When we have good people in our organizations, we love to see them do well and grow. So let’s take a minute to think about what WE are doing to foster that.

  • Did you promote a shiny employee to a managerial role?
  • How are you helping that star become a good manager?
  • Are you spending one-on-one time weekly to talk about that, and not just about the business and the tasks at hand?
  • Are you providing training, whether internal or external?
  • What about regular feedback?

I know, I know, so many questions. But often we promote people and then forget to help them succeed. Or we have new employees and don’t do much but show them a desk, where the restroom is, and how to do their tasks. If you see yourself in here, then let’s talk. Whether you’re the person who promoted, or got promoted, we can help. There are quick and powerful things you can do to start changing this.

Chuck McDanal has more than 25 years of experience in a range of roles, from managing an IT department to working as an editor; from directing a large operation to leading an internet startup and creating a 501(c)(3) nonprofit from the ground up. He has extensive experience in process improvement, data analytics, coaching, mentoring, facilitation, strategic planning, managing and leading. Chuck also is an RRCA-certified running coach, has a certificate from the Wharton School in Business Analytics, and is a Six Sigma Black Belt. He serves on multiple community boards and organizations, and is a graduate of Leadership Lakeland and Leadership Polk