As an IT manager, it’s not only your job to manage your organization’s technology initiatives, but you’re also required to manage the staff that puts those initiatives into place. Or, as our own Don Tennant pointed out in a recent post, “it’s your job to foster a culture of service” so that your employees can “pay it forward,” if you will, and better serve others in the organization and beyond.
Regardless of whether you're in charge of Millennials or baby boomers, it's important to set clear career goals and expectations for them and for yourself.
To help, we've compiled a list of downloads that will create that culture of service within your team and set an example for the rest of the organization.
IT Skill Set Inventory: This spreadsheet will help you document the existing skill sets of your team so that you can utilize certain assets and offer training where needed.
Career Development Plan Template: Use the template to help your employees set goals to better themselves and the company as a whole.
IT Management 101 Book: Use these 11 key traits of successful IT managers to develop your own IT management skills to be the best leader you can be.