Performance development is strengths-based and engagement-focused, communicated with core coaching components. It is about more than just having frequent conversations with employees and discussing work tasks; it is authentically connecting with employees through effective people skills and individualized consideration. The core components of the Performance Development Cycle are: Establish Expectations Continually Coach Create Accountability When employee engagement becomes
Leaders who live and lead with integrity choose what is right over what is fun, fast, and easy. They have consistency of moral character, honest, and trustworthiness in their actions, methods, principles, expectations, and outcomes. They are true to their word and model a deep commitment to do what they say they will do. We will dive deeper into this concept in today's Leadership Minute. To continue the conversation about what excites and concerns you about the change proces
LEADING IN TOUGH TIMES: Overcome Even the Greatest Challenges with Courage and Confidence. John C. Maxwell (2021, Kindle Edition) In tough times, great leaders view adversity and challenges as opportunities to rise up in leadership. Yet, when challenging times occur, it’s not always easy to see the opportunities and how to take advantage of them. In this short and insightful book, John Maxwell provides what some describe as the “ultimate guide” for leaders on how to lead and
Leadership is not a secret, and neither is the success of leadership programs within an organization. Inviting others to understand the “power of leadership” accelerates the growth of our potential leaders, as well as the achievements of organizational goals. Bringing people along and sharing leadership helps coworkers and team members understand why leadership is beneficial for their departments, as well as reinforces its importance to our stakeholders and decision-makers.
Trust is not one of those mysterious, elusive, intangible traits that you either have or you don’t. It is hard-edged and pragmatic skill that can be learned. Everyone can build trust, regardless of their propensity to trust. The key is to start small – bit by bit, one conversation at a time, over time. Consider the phrases below to help get you started. 1. “I’ve noticed a change.” Use it when a typical behavior or pattern suddenly or slowly has become different. 2. “Thank y