Fixing a Boss (and oneself)

November 18, 2009 – Oro Valley, AZ – Leadership and performance turnaround expert Kevin Herring challenges in this month’s Management In Real Life column employees who have difficulties with their bosses.

Herring confronts the issue of weaknesses every leader has while concurrently raising the issue of employees contributing to the problem by how they respond, or don’t. When a leader has a problem everyone else fails to confront, everyone has responsibility for the difficulties the problem creates for the organization, Herring contends.

My Contribution also provides specific suggestions on how to address both the problem with the boss and the employee’s contribution to the problem.

The complete article may be read at

About Kevin Herring

As a performance turnaround expert, consultant, and speaker, Kevin Herring has developed a reputation for optimizing the performance of the most difficult work units. During his 25 years of experience, Kevin Herring has helped businesses succeed by leading total organization transformations, transforming leadership, re-aligning staff groups to add real value, and reversing the performance of underperforming work groups and business units.

Questions about Kevin Herring, Ascent Management Consulting, speaking engagements, or consulting can be directed to 520-742-7300,, and the contact page at