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If you struggle with giving negative feedback, Todd Davis has a few suggestions to help you reframe the situation and to unleash potential.
Join authors Scott Miller, Todd Davis, and Victoria Roos Olsson as they discuss the mindset shifts that must be made in order to transition from an individual contributor to a leader.
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Join authors Scott Miller, Todd Davis, and Victoria Roos Olsson as they discuss how to hold effective 1-on-1s to increase engagement, understand issues, and solve problems.
As a manager, there will always be plenty to do. Victoria Roos Olsson shares some questions that leaders can ask themselves to make sure they stay productive and effective.
Becoming a great leader can seem daunting and out of reach, but if you consider these tips carefully, you might decide you’re better prepared than you realize.
Join authors Scott Miller, Todd Davis, and Victoria Roos Olsson as they discuss how leaders can create clarity about team goals and results, delegate responsibility, and provide support.
Giving tough feedback is a challenge that first-level leaders face on a regular basis. Jimmy McDermott shares some tips to help first-level leaders with this uncomfortable aspect of their job.
Constant interruptions ruin productivity and they are an unavoidable challenge that all leaders face. Use these 4 tips to handle interruptions and to minimize their impact on your productivity.
As a leader, exercise patience and invest the time to explain the 'why' behind the 'what.' Scott Miller shares some advice to help leaders give their teams context and lead through change.
For some, shifting into a leader’s mindset is intuitive, something that comes easy. For many others, that shift can take significant time and effort. And be quite humbling.
Join authors Scott Miller, Todd Davis, and Victoria Roos Olsson as they discuss how leaders can create a culture of feedback to build confidence and competence and to increase overall performance.
It’s easy to let 1-on-1s become monotonous and to basically turn into boring status updates. Use these tips to hold effective 1-on-1s and reveal concerns you wouldn’t hear otherwise.
Leena Rinne shares three steps to help your team take ownership and to hold each other accountable to the goals they have set.
Change is now the norm. It’s easy to feel overwhelmed by change. Here are some tips on leading through change.
Victoria Roos Olsson shares some tips to help leaders have effective 1-on-1s with their direct reports.
Micromanagement can be frustrating and can kill engagement. Learn how to handle a micromanager with these points.