It seems the world is moving faster and faster these days. You constantly have information streaming to you from people in the office, meetings, email, voice message, texts. In this eBook, you'll learn about:
Leaders play the most critical role in your organization to propel it powerfully into the future. This whitepaper is designed to address key strategies and best practices to help managers develop the specific leadership skills they need for the future. The three essential skills for managers and supervisors to lead effectively are:
Does your organization need to build a more innovative climate to compete in today's economy?
Do you need ideas, suggestions and tools to help you along the way?
Don't miss this opportunity to learn ways YOU can help raise the level of innovation and engagement within YOUR company!
Research shows that 70% of corporate executives have identified innovation as one of the top three drivers of growth in the next 3 to 5 years. Yet sadly, 65% of them are disappointed in the company's track record for stimulating this innovation. Does this describe you and your organization?
Find out some tips for innovative leadership.
We are not all the same, we don't all approach things the same way. When you learn about behavioral styles, the end result is you can better lead people and realize what motivates them, as unique individuals.
So lets break down the different styles to see what the strengths and weaknesses are for each, here are the styles:
D - Dominant
I - Influencing
S - Steadiness
C - Conscientious
If your organization is aware of the tremendous cost associated with turnover, and you realize you are losing some of your best people, it is important to assess the symptoms and address methods for enhancing employee retention.
Every 8 seconds a boomer turns 50, and 1/3 of the country turned 50 in 2010. This means that we are opening new opportunities without enough of the younger generation ready to step up. There is no more blind loyalty to organizations. The internet has opened up new avenues for connecting people with prospective employers at a more accessible rate than ever before.
Over the years, I have found that the three basic skills every manager needs to motivate and develop their staff are:
Managers have to deal everyday with a variety of issues. It’s not easy to manage a group of people when they are all different. You have to learn how to relate to each of them differently in order to have a more productive team.
Time management is a challenge but there are things you can do about it. Find out some startling statistics on how we use our time. This whitepaper contains three articles:
The key to time management is to focus on your most important activities and realize you probably will never get it "all" done.
When you adapt your style to others, it will help you build much better bridges to them. They will respect your approach (because, after all, it's like theirs). They will trust you more. They will think more highly of you.
Understanding different DiSC behavioral styles can help give you a winning edge that others might not know about. After all, it's not just what you know. It's not just who you know. It's how others think and feel about you that makes all the difference.