Hi, I’m Rob Lambert
Welcome to cultivated management.
A cultivated manager is a manager who makes the hard job of management look easy. They make it look easy but behind the scenes is a deep commitment to becoming better.
The ability of any manager is no more or less than the ability of the person. So to be an effective manager you need to cultivate yourself, get better at what you do and strive everyday to be a better person. Only then will an effective manager shine.
That’s what Cultivated Management about – helping managers remain relevant, effective and highly employable.
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My weekly articles will show you how to…
- Become a “Cultivated Manager” – some one who works hard to make the hard work of management look easy
- Become an effective employee and manager
- Achieve business success whilst still keeping hold of your team
- Improve the process and system you work within
- Hire the right people by creating an amazing recruitment process that will WOW candidates
- Treat people like people
About Rob Lambert
My first encounter with management was when I was 16. I worked in a supermarket for a manager called Big Bad Pete.
He was awful. A real tyrant.
People would literally fling themselves down stairs, or lock themselves in freezers, to avoid him.
He ran the shop with a command and control mentality. The problem was it didn’t work. His staff hated him. His numbers were dwindling. He shouted at customers. Good people left.
He’s why I swore I would be the best manager I could be.
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