When given the opportunity to submit a guest blog for Columbus CEO Magazine, our Amy Franko jumped at the chance to address this issue.
Frontline leaders are typically responsible for teams of eight to 10 people, and often are in the trenches with their teams in day-to-day operations. Their time is dedicated to the current issues at hand, with little time to substantially develop their teams’ skills, let alone devote time to their own development.
But despite their importance, frontline leaders receive the least amount of investment—the forgotten middle.
We invite you to visit the Columbus CEO blog to read our Amy’s three strategies for developing the frontline. Then tell us… what strategies are you leveraging in your organization to address this challenge?