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About Terri Levine

Written by Terri Levine, MCC, PCC, MS, CCC-SLP, the CEO of Coaching Instruction.com, popular Master Certified personal and business Coach, sought after Public Speaker, and Author of bestsellers, Stop Managing, Start Coaching, "Work Yourself Happy", "Coaching for an Extraordinary Life" and Create Your Ideal Body. She can be contacted via the web site http://www.TerriLevine.com or by telephone: 215-699-4949.
How to Solve Personnel Problems

In every company I have consulted or coached, there exists personnel problems. Natural, you may say, and assume nothing can be done about it. But I have found a pattern behind these personnel issues, and an easy, effortless, and effective way to shift employees who are seen as “problems” to become employees with whom it is a delight to work. It is not necessary to “write off” problem employees when solutions are available that will benefit them personally and the company for whom they work.

Whats Bothering Managers?

Where do we begin? Tired of playing piggy in the middle’? They cop flack from both sides – upper management and the people they manage’. Tired of being one of the first to blame when things go wrong? Frustrated by the lack of back up and support from the upper echelons who expect them to perform the daily miracles required to produce excellent results?

The Torn Manager

Managers often find themselves playing the role of middle-man because that is what they are in the middle. The go-between for higher management and the workers. You can see how this can present a conflict of interests. How do you represent the views of the upper echelon and protect the interests of those who work under you at the same time? It can be done, of course, and is done every day. It’s part and parcel of being a manager and goes with the territory along with a large dose of stress.