As leaders, we know that not every employee is “on board” with our thoughts or direction. This realization oftentimes leaves us attempting to correct the employee through typical ways such as:
You can't motivate anyone to do something long term. Empower your people to make decisions that will motivate them in the process.
Habits are Easy to Create and Hard to Break.
According to Gallop's 2017 State of the American Workplace, 50% of men executives are engaged versus 35% of women executives.
Too often, supervisors solve problems for their people. While that helps the situation in the moment, it is setting them up for failure long term.
In the heat of a moment, it can be easy to get wrapped up in emotion. Be sure you're using the appropriate parts of your brain to handle good conflict.
Sometimes, it is easy to blame the people. But what if it was you?
At our recent Leadership Mastermind, we learn best tactics for negotiating and recognizing best outcomes.
Facilitating is tough, but with these basic tips, you can get your team where they need to go.
Lean into your failures. You will find the mistakes you experience will also become your biggest opportunities.