Four Tips to Create a Highly Effective Team That You Can Trust

If you want to build a team that you can trust, you absolutely need to have accountability. Accountability is the most important ingredient for personal success in life.

If you want to build a team that you can trust, you absolutely need to have accountability. Accountability is the most important ingredient for personal success in life. Continue reading “Four Tips to Create a Highly Effective Team That You Can Trust”

Follow These 5 Tips To Coach Your Team And Improve Performance

Continuing with the same theme of developing your team, which I covered in my last article, I want to talk today about the importance of coaching your team for peak performance and how to do that most effectively. Many leaders do not like conflict, and therefore struggle to provide feedback and coaching to their direct reports…

Continuing with the same theme of developing your team, which I covered in my last article, I want to talk today about the importance of coaching your team for peak performance and how to do that most effectively. Continue reading “Follow These 5 Tips To Coach Your Team And Improve Performance”

Use these Three Steps to Develop Your Team and Get Results

Nothing is more gratifying than taking a team that was under-performing to superior performance, during your tenure. Besides, those are the types of leaders that have the biggest impact, and the ones that people want to follow. Imagine if you inherited a team that was already high performing and it completely crashed and failed under your leadership. I don’t think that would make for a good leadership book, do you? 

Many new front-line managers don’t have the luxury of personally handpicking their team members; they inherit them. Some may consider this situation unfair or daunting, but in my opinion, it is truly the best incubator for developing strong leadership skills. Continue reading “Use these Three Steps to Develop Your Team and Get Results”

You Can Be a Better Manager By Following This Model

Becoming a manager should be exciting for a new leader; but often, after the honeymoon period wears off, many new managers feel overwhelmed and isolated. What can you expect when transitioning into a manager role, and how can you transition well?

Becoming a manager should be exciting for a new leader; but often, after the honeymoon period wears off, many new managers feel overwhelmed and isolated. What can you expect when transitioning into a manager role, and how can you transition well? Continue reading “You Can Be a Better Manager By Following This Model”

Three Things Most Managers Fail to Do for Their New Hires

If you want an organization with low first-year turnover, where employees are happy to return to work again and again, then you need to start doing these three things for your new hires today!

I published an article on the hiring process and offered 5 tips managers must follow to make the interview process rewarding and fun. The hiring process, however, doesn’t end once the candidate has accepted the offer. It is then that the real work has just begun. Continue reading “Three Things Most Managers Fail to Do for Their New Hires”

Every New and Seasoned Manager Needs to Know This

As a manager, your team is your greatest asset, but your team can also be your biggest liability. Every new and seasoned manager needs to know how to create an awesome team of employees. You’ll be happy, and so will they. Jim Collins calls this having the right people on the bus first, and then having the right people in the right seat on the bus. Below are 5 tips I offer, which make the hiring process rewarding and fun and help you establish managing a team that is equally rewarding and efficient.  

As a manager, your team is your greatest asset, but your team can also be your biggest liability. Every new and seasoned manager needs to know how to create an awesome team of employees. You’ll be happy, and so will they.  Continue reading “Every New and Seasoned Manager Needs to Know This”

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