The Human Side of Management. Getting people to do what’s best—for customers, for the business, even for themselves—is often a struggle because it means getting people to understand and want to do what’s best, and that requires integrity, the willingness to empower others, courage, tenacity, and great teaching skills.
Workplace leaders, such as team leads, managers and department heads use people management to oversee workflow and boost employee performance every day. People management is useful in many workplace situations, such as for:
Leading with empathy is the best way to attain success in business. And by cultivating a culture that prioritizes the human element, you can get back to what really matters — people. Zach Ferres is a serial entrepreneur, speaker and technology executive passionate about developing entrepreneurial communities around the world.