Every organization wants effective, engaged employees. In fact, employees want to feel engaged and effective in their workplace. How does one keep employees engaged and identify and address issues before they become real problems? Here are nine steps to help you develop an effective employee coaching plan.
Six Ways to Help a Non-leader lead
Let's face it, sometimes people end up in a management position who might not belong in one. It happens for a variety of reasons. Fortunately, not all is lost. There are some things you can do to help a non-leader lead! See how.
Know Your Team to Lead Your Team
As a leader, you are expected to unlock your people's potential and guide them towards success. Getting to know your team on a deep level can take years of discussion and observation. But, it doesn’t have to work that way. You can learn all you need to know quickly by using a behavioral assessment and put together a training program to guide them.
The Poison that Kills a Team
It's not only about hiring a right manager, what happens if people are promoted or placed in positions where they manage others, but aren’t great leaders? Most often, bad managers can come deceivingly packaged as good ones. They may display what looks like desirable traits -- a friendly disposition, authoritative stance, accommodating attitude, and desire to succeed -- but none of these ensure management strategies that will be beneficial to a specific team. Read about the four mistakes every bad manager makes.
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👥 How can I be an effective ONLINE mentor?
😇 How do I deal with combative employees while acknowledging
we're all under stress?
📊 What column on the Omnia report would you consider a
✊ What are the best ways for me, the leader, to manage different personalities among my team? And, many more.
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