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Leaders: Document Observations and Issues
There are two main reasons that leaders should document observations, questions and issues: Provide back up for any disciplinary actions. Ensure employee questions and issues get addressed and closed out. It isn’t uncommon for supervisors to rush to the HR department with an employee issue and want to provide disciplinary[...]
Creating a Sense of Urgency
It isn’t unusual for leaders to complain that their team members are lazy, work harder at avoiding work than actually doing the work, and have no sense of urgency when it comes to completing tasks. The pace of work in any environment is important because the more you can produce,[...]
Creating a High-Performance Team
A fragmented team rarely creates results. So, how exactly can you create a strong sense of teamwork and collaboration in your team? In one of our workshops, we have people take two minutes to brainstorm all the items they can think of that have a certain attribute or characteristic. We[...]
Leaders: Watch Your Tone
It’s not what you say, it’s how you say it. Most leaders underestimate how truly powerful this piece of advice can be. As a front line leader, supervisor or manager, how you say things to your team will impact their motivation, engagement and performance. One of the classic ways leaders[...]
Help Employees Become Process Experts
Many leaders complain about having their team members relying on them to answer every question, troubleshoot every problem and make every decision. They want their employees to think for themselves, do basic troubleshooting and make certain decisions. When questions come up and machines break down, someone needs to come up[...]
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