One of the things that research has proven over and over again and that hasn’t seemed to make it into our thinking as leaders is the power of positive feedback.
The leader’s role, then, is to help people make progress — remove obstacles, provide support, recognize progress and provide feedback on what’s not working.
As a leader, spend time this week thinking about where your team’s capability and commitment levels are. How are you increasing them or decreasing them?
These findings are among the first that I know of that show which leadership competencies make a real difference in business performance.
The differences between the two companies are many but I think the heart of the matter is the drive to innovate with products and services that are truly different.
If you have the right people in the organization defining a clear vision and differentiating strategy, creating the right culture, your organization will produce results and high performance.
Feedback is one of the core skills taught to anyone who goes through leadership training. I have trained hundreds of managers in a very specific formula for giving effective feedback.
I’m preparing to engage with a group coaching cadre for a new client. For those of you not familiar with group coaching, it is coaching that occurs in and among a group of peers where the professional coach and the other members of the group drive discovery and learning. Our initial focus is about the […]