Leadership Skills (4ofX) - Effective Holding of Business Meetings


25 Jan
2010

When asked what can go wrong in business meetings a group of USA managers gave 1305 examples (in year 1987).  15 of them accounted for 85% of all the problems. Let’s look at them:

  • Starting lateleadership skills, business meeting, effective business meeting
  • Getting off the subject
  • Disorganized
  • Ineffective meeting leadership
  • Irrelevant information discussed ....

 

Leadership Skills (4ofX) - Effective Holding of Business Meetings


Who Can Be a Successful Manager?

published in: Leader

22 Jan
2010

Every boss has to assess who of his team has the greatest potential for a manager, at least once in his career.  On the other hand, every capable and ambitious employee wishes to be promoted to manager. Both ask themselves: “Who can be a successful manager?”

Who Can Be a Successful Manager?


Leadership Skills (3ofX) - Sincere Praise


21 Jan
2010

Why the described sincere praise process works? leadership skills, motivation, praise

I will describe a similar conceptual model of sincere praise in killer whale training. How do you think people teach killer whales to jump over a rope, which is hanging a several feet above the water?  If you believe that the trainers do not give them food until they jump – you are mistaken.  That method will starve to death the killer whales as they do not understand what they are expected to do. 

Leadership Skills (3ofX) - Sincere Praise


Leadership Skills (2ofX) - Constructive Reprimand


14 Jan
2010

The constructive reprimand method works because leadership skills, constructive reprimand, leader
• Provides immediate feedback
• Indicates exactly where and when the subordinate went wrong
• Shares manager’s feelings about the blunder
• Reminds the employee what positive qualities s/he has and our respect of them
• The goal of the constructive reprimand method is …

Leadership Skills (2ofX) - Constructive Reprimand


Leadership Skills (1ofX) - Goal Setting


11 Jan
2010

In most companies, when you ask people what they do, what are their responsibilities leadership skills, goal settingand then ask the same question to their managers, you get two different answers....

A four-step working goal setting process follows...

Leadership Skills (1ofX) - Goal Setting


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