This month’s Professional Development webinar was on the topic of Building a High Performing Team.
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This month’s webinar was on the topic of Managing Your Own Performance
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This webinar on Managing Your Own Performance is a great tool to help start the year with a strong plan. Read More
This month’s webinar was on Increasing Team Performance.
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Question: “How do you deal with people and teams who are average performers but who rate themselves as exceptional?”
This question came up on our last Member coaching hour call and I decided to write about it.
Since the call I’ve dug out the performance rating definitions I created to add to whatever corporate ones existed. Read More
About a year ago, I went dogsledding in Canmore, Canada.
It was great. And ever since then, when I have a discussion with an executive about their organization, I think back to this experience.
I’ve said this before, there is no more important thing you can do as a business leader than to build the right team. Read More
I got this in a message from a former employee:
When I worked for you, I thought I was Superman.
It was wonderful to get that message.
But additionally, those 10 words sum up for me, in a pretty profound way, what I believe being a good leader is about. Read More
As managers, at some point we all
encounter an employee who frustrates us, and drains the life and energy out of the team.
When you are in this situation with someone, you know it in your heart that
you should act …
…particularly when they really annoy you … but you don’t act right away because you second guess yourself …
and you keep thinking… they really do some things very well… sometimes…
A colleague of mine shared this decision tree with me, and since then life has been easier. Read More
I had a mentor teach me that that business success was based on these three things in this order. People, Process, Profit.
Do things on purpose
From decades of watching successful business leaders, lessons learned from my own experience as a GM and CEO, and my work with business leaders today, I know that focused, proactive attention in these areas can help you reduce risk and go faster. Read More