Discusses the fact that it’s as much about having the will to do something in respect of managing your boss, as it is about knowing how to do it.
A technique to help surface the things that are incomplete and can result in broken sleep and stress
One of the most frequently asked questions during our high performing team leadership sessions is ‘How do I motivate my team?’
Many people think that motivating their team comes during inspirational speeches or by cheerleader type behaviour which many managers don’t feel they can do. Others think that motivation is achieved by a bonus or by a raise and depend on that even in the face of evidence that it doesn’t increase motivation.
Most people walk past the motivational effects of good day to day management and in particular something that a good leader should be doing well regularly, and that is delegation.
The benefit of really focusing on what you’re doing and tips to help you become more focused and effective.
It is not only working mothers, but people with sporting interests, elderly parents, or lifestyle choices who wish to challenge the typical 50 hour working week of executive level leaders. Are you challenging the status quo with regards to set positions and expectations within your team?