Monthly Archives: September 2016
The Right Strengths for a Manager After she read her full 34, it all made sense. No wonder this new role was killing her. She just didn’t have the right strengths to manage people…or so she thought. Layla was a successful engineer. Leading with Intellection, Strategic and Responsibility, she could think deeply about a problem and work tirelessly toward a solution. But her recent promotion to people
You can read the full report here The Right Strengths for a Manager
Every job exists because it provides value. Tell your employees we value what you do. With out you doing your good job everyday we won’t have the success we have had. Now watch their eyes when you tell them you … Continue reading
Best Training I ever had – Alex C. He keep us engaged all day and made learning fun! Virginia J. He knows “his stuff” and makes learning fun – Mike W.
He replied – He helps our managers be better. He then added he helps them be the manager they want to be.
Feedback is the breakfast of champions. Do it a lot. Positive feedback grows and negative feedback stifles. Catch your team members doing it right and watch them grow. If your organization is only giving negative feedback your organization is going … Continue reading