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People possess more capability than they are currently expressing. Ordinary people as we’ve seen from the story above achieve extraordinary things under pressure. What if crisis is not the only catalyst? According to John Whitmore’s Coaching for Performance, some of this potential can be accessed and sustained through Coaching. Read our Simple Leaders Guide to Employee Development & Coaching.
Is your Team and bottom line suffering as a result of your lack of Personal Accountability?
Personal Accountability is the key ingredient. If we want to be a leader of character, we must embrace this competency. We must quit making excuses, re-establish our integrity and like Harry S. Truman place a sign on our desk that says ‘Let the “Buck Stop Here.’
We show you how to get Personally Accountable and back on track to Leadership success.
As a leader and in your companies this Growth mindset translates to being comfortable with feedback, accepting and admitting failure, collaborating rather than competing and learning from your mistakes. We see your Growth Mindset as an essential part of the Competency Continuous Learning. If you’re not quite there yet, we will show you how.
The tangible things that impact the bottom line are what we focus on. A drop in Sales, a ineffective Product, we have hard data to hand and we move into action. What do we do when it’s difficult to quantify, such as understanding how much conflict actually costs us? Let’s find out and face this corrosive and costly issue head on…
At The Complete Leader Ireland, we recommend focusing on your strengths but with the caveat that if there’s a weakness that’s impacting your Leadership now, then it needs to be dealt with. Don’t delay. Now’s the time to address this issue and get back to the business of building your business and making money!
Do you remember getting back assignments? The red remarks on school and college papers. It still makes me uncomfortable when I think of it today…and unfortunately these negative experiences can stay with us even as Leaders in our professions and mean we lack confidence when it comes to written communication.
I want you to pause for a moment and ask yourself a tough question? Are you a Leader who possesses the skills of tact and diplomacy? Are you the type of person who treats others fairly, in a sensitive and effective way?
Negotiation a really important leadership skill because we need to optimise our relationships inside our organisation, with our customers or vendors. We do this by developing the ability to explore and to identify what everybody wants and by creating new solutions that satisfy everybody’s interests so it’s not compromise, it’s really what we call synergism- where the whole is greater than the sum of it’s parts.
Articulating your values #1 As part of our planning process we spend a lot of time working on operating principles or values. Somebody asked me the other day to share some of my values with them and I thought it might be useful to do an Insight on it. I want to just...
Presenting skills are vital for effective leaders. As Dale Dixon from The Complete Leader points out, in our current climate of 124 character Tweets and short and snappy LinkedIn posts, our way of communicating is changing.