Mark Kiker decided to start his own series with this month’s topic, focusing on blending together the Secrets and the Salary Survey!
Mark Kiker teaches the ways of becoming the best Tech Manager, the best version of yourself. Mark spreads words of wisdom about being resilient and tenacious!
Brian Chapman dives into some practical examples he’s experienced working with various organizations in 3D.
Mark Kiker prepares us for success through failure. Mark dives into how we should handle failure and how to plan for it and after it.
Mark Kiker teaches us how to insure everyone back at the company, as well as, how to go and approach Time Off in general, and depending on your jobs in specific.
Mark Kiker follows up with the hiring process he’s written about in his past articles here at AUGI. Mark introduces the topic of what he calls ‘Onboarding’. He walks you all through the processes and gives his advice on what to do and how to approach every situation!
Mark Behrens takes a look at and examines the relationship between C-level management and CAD design output, overall perceiving the value of CAD Standards.
Mark Kiker follows up with the next step of making the call after the interviewing is over in this process! He includes sections of ‘Know thyself’, ‘Character and Fit’, ‘Cyber Check’, and ‘Making the Decision’ while ending with ‘Making the Offer’.
Mark Kiker talks about interviewing and the shock about how this is the way we still hire people. He introduces the best ways to go about interviewing in his opinion.
Mark Kiker gives his take and help on the hiring process in today’s world. With tips and tricks, Mark Kiker guides you through the best process available in our current world.
Mark Kiker gives his take on how to seek help and start to ask to hire more staff when your company needs it.
Mark Kiker continues to add input onto his last two articles but this month he moves in on “Defer it or Delete it” and what that means for management these days including tips and tricks to keep in mind!
Mark Kiker adds input onto last month’s article and introduces the delegating step of it. He gives tips, resources, methods, and more on the topic!
Mark Kiker talks about a book he read called “Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free Productivity” and mentions a bunch of very useful and helpful tips and strategies to help you implement.
Mark Kiker gets you to think about bad customer service and when you might not be providing what is needed for your "customers" to be satisfied.
Mark Kiker writes about how there are times when you’re collaborating with a team, but you do not have enough information to define the best route, and that you still have to predict the future and clearly define a path forward.
Mark Kiker informs and teaches us about messages that you DO want to be sending and how that can impact others in a positive way.
Mark Kiker talks about messages you might want to delete instead of send and how your messages that you have sent could’ve came off in a negative way.
Mark Kiker talks about how when people come running, you go into troubleshooting mode and start asking a lot of questions. He says that you may get to the root of the problem really quickly and get them back on track, but other times the problem runs deeper than a quick fix.
Mark Kiker explains what leadership cloning is and how you probably think you are a good leader and think that others who pattern their leadership after what you have learned will be good leaders also. Also adding that as you bring people along, they will start to act like you.