Of Cogs and Brains and True Leadership
Does your boss view you as a cog or a brain? Forget what they tell you, the proof of their… Continue Reading
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When You Want to Light a Fire Under Someone, Stop Using a Flamethrower!
When you’re trying to motivate someone to improve his or her performance or behavior, if your tool of choice is… Continue Reading
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What Makes a Supervisor Great?
The most effective supervisors develop their talent through setting clear expectations and coaching. Think back over all of the supervisors,… Continue Reading
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Tagged: assignment, coaching, customers, disengagement, duties, effective, encourage, engaged, engagement, expectations, lead, leader, manage, manager, master skills, mastery, mission, perform, performance, productivity, self-assess, self-directed, self-reliant, setting expectations, supervise, supervisor, talent, teaching