Ever found yourself grinding your teeth over a team member's flaws, blind to what they excel at? That's the cliffhanger we tackle with a tale of transformation that began with an exasperated manager and an employee's untapped potential. Our conversation pivots on a singular, powerful question that reframes a common workplace conundrum: "What does the employee do well?"
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Ever wondered why your New Year's resolutions or professional goals never seem to stick? It might be because they're just insubstantial words on a notecard. So, what's the solution? Visualization!
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What if the key to tipping the scales to favor a more engaged and positive team is already within your reach? Imagine turning the shocking statistic of only 2.9 out of 10 team members being positively engaged in and fostering a thriving, productive environment.
Why won't managers coach and what to do about it? We've been teaching managers how to coach for almost 20 years now. One fundamental thing continues to be prevalent when we hear about the struggle to get managers to coach. They don't have enough time. In reality, they do have time. When we think about situations where a manager has to hire because they've lost employees due to another company or..
Can managers have a conversation? Okay this sounds really ridiculous doesn't it? Think about it, can managers really have a coaching conversation and what's the difference between a coaching conversation and a regular conversation?
The objective of a coaching conversation is to ask questions and learn about employees strengths, and inhibitions, and opportunities to improve. Telling someone..
There are so many ways people are using webcasts from sales presentations to thought leadership to traditional training. Many organizations use webcasts as a platform to facilitate meetings. All of this is perfectly appropriate.
When we think of coaching we often think about sitting down with an employee and facilitating a one-to-one conversation. Coaching is about building awareness and giving..
Change is hard. People avoid it. It's rarely embraced. It's tough to get people to even look at things that require change. It's also important coaches understand that change needs to actually occur before desired results occur.
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Coaching sales teams is not easy. What is a manager to do? This free and 100 % educational webinar may help!