Want to keep your job? - Deliver twice what is expected of you and do not ask to be rewarded for it. We all say we want a steady, secure job. But what will guarantee it? Make yourself hard to replace! Listen to today's episode and learn how to promise the moon and deliver the stars.
Professional introductions are part of every networking event. But the tradional 'elevator pitch' has fallen out of favor and been replaced with something more informative and less salsy. It's not easy to create one that creates interest for you and what you do so we're going to show you how it's done.
For reasons unique to your company you have decided to make some staffing changes at the department management level. In order to avoid taking your whole team by surprise you can minimize the impact with a few well thought out strategies in advance. On this flight we talk about how to do this.
Feedback is an essential part of developing your employees and insuring they operate as you expect. When feedback is used appropriately, people will respond and thank you for caring about them. When you embrace getting feedback, your awareness grows allowing you to see what others around you see.
Business leaders often go to work only to find fires to fight on a daily basis with staff bringing more to deal with. The experienced manager will know when delegation is in order and when demonstration needs to be delivered. Less organized managers will simply do the job that someone else should be doing instead of requiring that someone else do it.
Businesses that struggle with inconsistent or poor performing employees or disruptions in workflow usually have weak or no standards that everyone is expected to follow. Inconsistent standards lead to dysfunctional cultures. This show talks about why you need standards and how to upgrade yours.
Without trust, a leader is dead in the water. Building trust as a leader requires focusing on things that create trust among your people. Here are 5 conditions that will make or break trust. This episode is based on an article published in Forbes by Nadidah Coveney of the Forbes Council.
Without the confidence to communicate effectively, many managers and leaders can feel inadequate and be perceived as ineffective. Without the confidence to communicate clearly, efficiently and directly, most business owners miss the opportunity to reach a superior level of team performance. Today, we discuss the benefits and approaches to communicating more confidently.