The number one skill leaders should possess is the ability to converse and thoughtfully react to situations. We call this Coaching Situationally.
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5 Coaching Strategies to Develop Millennials
First of all, millennials are incredible people, and let me also share this major suggestion with you-not all millennial's are alike! Treat each and every employee, including millennials, on their individual merits, characteristics, and opportunities for growth. We tend to categorize and label people too much, cutting ourselves off from truly learning what each individual is about and what they..
5 Funny Perspectives on "I Have No Time to Coach" from Managers
We hear it all the time " I have no time to coach", but this begs the following humorous perspectives on managers not having time to coach:
Coaching 101: Do Your Employees Look Happy?
The key element of any leader is to pause and look around. What do you see? Do people look invigorated? Inspired? Frustrated? Working well with one another? Going above and beyond what is expected for the betterment of the organization? Just doing their job?
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Motivation is Unique to Each Employee
We have a very interesting relationship with work. How often to we hear people say "I have to go to work Monday" as if its a death sentence? What this really means is people are not connected or motivated by what they do.
Measure Your Culture Down to Each Employee
If we cannot conduct workplace assessments or surveys without them having to be anonymous so we can get honest and straightforward answers doesn't that speak to our cultural based challenges? A culture should in fact have the ability for people to have direct conversations in interactions without fear or retribution. Measuring peoples engagement and understanding how each and every employee is..
Its The Coaching Conversation: Top 4 Reasons It Makes or Breaks Your Training!
Obviously I am focused on the manager's coaching conversation. The major thing that we need to realize as training and learning professionals is that it takes one conversation with the manager to either support or not support our training and learning initiatives.
Confidence - It's a personal thing
Have you ever had a friend or coworker that seemed to have it all, the great job, loving family, nice car, you name it? Has that same person still, despite all of their assets, lacked confidence? You can try telling that person that they have every reason to be confident in their life, many times having things that others only dream of having. It comes down to one simple fact: Confidence can’t be..
I Was Too Stupid To Fail: It's NEVER That Complicated: Those Darn RGB Cables (Entry # 4)
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