Listen in as Gary and Tracy discuss the importance on focusing on what we can control, how to get the results your organization needs, and the value of working together to achieve your goals.
As a woman, an entrepreneur for 37 years, and a single parent for 27 years, over time, I figured out how to manage both my loves: my daughter and my work.
Often the only question the leader asks is, "Do you agree?" This isn't asking for contributions; it is asking for agreement.
While senior business leaders are required to work closely with their own teams, they also need to be ready to work with other leaders within the organization. Whether it’s communicating with upper management or collaborating with a leader from another department to complete a project, teamwork is a major part of any leader’s role.
When a new leader is introduced in an organization, it can take some time for them to build trust and authority. One of the most challenging tasks for a newly installed leader is to focus on getting people to respect and trust them to ensure they can foster productive working relationships.
Employees sometimes feel as if there’s a lack of strong leadership capability among the managers in their organization, especially among middle management. This issue is prevalent across industries because many companies don’t provide sufficient managerial development and training.
Technological advancements, busy lifestyles, short attention spans and an infinite number of online options are just some of the factors that have helped turn the art of sales into more of a science. Business leaders, entrepreneurs and marketers are constantly analyzing their customers and experimenting to come up with unique ways of persuading consumers to try the solutions they’re offering.
The more comfortable and valued employees feel at work, the happier and more productive they’ll be. An effective way to foster a sense of belonging and trust in them is to build a psychologically safe work environment where they can share intimate details of their lives if they wish to without having to worry about being judged or ridiculed.
As a coach, there's a wide range of personalities that you'll run into, and one of them would be the perfectionist. They may not necessarily be perfectionists, but they think they are and have convinced themselves that their opinions are right.