“Facility managers define their operation,” you tell the group.
You can’t recall where you initially heard that but know you like it.
Maybe you read it in a blog.
Today, you’re presenting to a group of facility managers.
You’re a 20-year veteran in the industry, so you know the importance of these future leaders.
They create the foundation, the processes.
They develop their team’s talent and bring goals to fruition.
But, what does it take to achieve the level of being an effective facility manager?
You ask the group.
“Poise,” one gentleman says.
“Modern technology,” a lady in the back of the room shouts.
“Now, you’re on to something,” you reply.
You might be thinking that it’s a surface-level concept.
From the way you train your team to how often you achieve a perfect compliance rating.
Yes, that’s worth applause.
But, while all of that is commendable, it is not enough.
You need details.
It requires proven actions – habits.
“What are the specific measures facility managers need to take,” you continue asking.
“How do you ensure you become a highly-effective manager?”
Even if the group is not sure, keep reading, because we’re going to show you.