By being proactive and offensive minded, companies can stimulate personal effectiveness in leadership while having a profound impact on business results. Here are a few critical coaching moments that can be cultivated during organizational transitions.
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How do you define your team? It’s an important question to ask, as the way you characterize your team has a direct influence on workplace culture and what it means for each member to participate. Does your team have a specific essence that can be easily described? When peer pressure occurs, does it push for [...]
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Transitions represent a business truth that is here to stay. Whether transition moments are planned or they show up like a turbulent tornado, they must be handled in a thoughtful and comprehensive way. Successful leaders are proactively planning for and investing in the necessary resources to manage these transitions well.
A market mindset develops that employees can be asked to “do more with less” while implementing deep cost cutting measures with no consequences. Insolent words ring through the corporate halls “Too Bad! Where are they going to go? They should be happy they have a job.”
Creating extraordinary performance is part science and part art. Leaders must identify the unique factors that will produce extraordinary performance in their organization.
One of the hallmarks of a great leader is an insatiable desire to learn more. Truly remarkable leaders never brag about how much they know nor claim to have all the answers. Leadership demands humility, curiosity, and a willingness to be challenged. For all these reasons, we’re always working on broadening our own horizons by [...]
“As a leader, it is your job to construct the framework, the environment, and the culture where people are engaged and can be successful.” — Chris Ihrig, CEO of FiredUp! Culture There’s a flawed way of thinking common in business, where leaders and team members believe that things will “work themselves out.” But the reality [...]
Lots of people have a goal to lose weight. But the journey to say, losing 10 pounds, can seem incredibly daunting. In all reality, losing that amount of weight in a healthy, sustainable way, should take months. But people want quick fixes. They aren’t willing to do the work to truly reach their goal. Setting [...]
One of the most challenging aspects of being a leader is balancing responsibility and power with one’s ego. All too often we see leaders in movies who seem to tackle threats and problems all on their own. It makes sense. Everyone loves the idea of a singular hero, but the reality is that great leaders [...]