Your greatest impact will be found when your intention (the why), content (the what) and your delivery (the how) align. Here’s how to make that happen.
Posts Tagged: New Manager
If you are new to management, stepping into the role for the first time can be overwhelming. Here are some tips to help navigate through the transition if you are new to this type of role.
Now that you know your message (your one key point) and you know your audience (what type of language and how much detail you should provide), it’s time to know your style (how you present the material).
A true leader does not operate with authority, but with skills that include partnership and inspiration.
Here are seven ways you can implement a better relationship with your employees.
There are many types of recognition, but here are some easy ways to recognize the efforts of employees, whether the recognition is top-down or peer-to-peer.
You’ve done it! You’ve scored that corner office and now you get to manage a team of people as a first-time manager. Now what?
Being able to see what others do well is a real-life superhero power in the workplace that every leader should have. However, all superheroes are quirky in at least two ways.
Good leadership comes from conscious cultivation of the qualities it takes to effectively connect with and inspire others.
#1: Assumption of authority is a myth; real leadership is earned.