Time Investment (39 minutes): Managers who are skilled coaches help their people to grow and develop beyond their current capacity, execute self-directed plans and bring their unique gifts to the world in a purposeful way. Conversely, managers who do not coach well set their reports up for stagnation, mediocrity, and disengagement. Unfortunately, most managers are not trained to coach effectively. After years of training thousands of Fortune 500 managers to be better coaches, David Spungin noticed three consistent mistakes that managers fell victim to. This presentation will help you to identify if you are making similar mistakes, and, more importantly, teach you the skills needed to take your coaching to the next level.
Time Investment (less than 4 minutes): Leaders understand reactivity causes them to lose influence. Here are five reappraisal strategies you can use to increase perspective and make better choices when facing adversity..
Time Investment (4 minutes 30 seconds): Praise, gratitude, and appreciation is the most important motivation tool a leader has at their disposal. Yet, many managers know they are not using it enough in the workplace. Why are they holding back? Servant Leaders understand that language is creative and they mindfully choose their words and frequency of usage to maximize impact.
Time Investment (less than 4 minutes): Leaders understand reactivity causes them to lose influence. By acknowledging their inner dialogue and emotions, the best leaders create space for more mindful and effective actions.