I am thankful when clients share their successes with me. Shannon recently emailed to describe her epiphany on using assessments to do a better job of leading her team:
How do you help people who have "always done it this way" accept new ideas for doing things better?
Kristy Tan Neckowicz's View From the Top: Have you ever wondered, "How do I get my boss to listen to me?"
It's a question that comes up frequently in coaching sessions. In one particular session, Sarah, a manager of a growing team of analysts, was asking the question.
Would a surgeon ask her intern to perform surgery without surgical tools? Of course not.
Recently, a reader of the Talent@Work blog submitted such a good question that I wanted to share both the question and response so others readers might benefit from it too.
Hollis Thomases founded WebAdvantage.net, a specialized agency providing strategic digital media and marketing solutions to challenger brands and large non-profits, in 1998. Hollis advocates for tactics, airtight processes and prudent ad spending that ultimately generate cost-effective website actions for clients, a philosophy that has earned her a reputation as online marketing’s “Voice of Reason.” Hollis authored the book, Twitter Marketing: An Hour a Day, has been a bi-weekly media planning columnist for ClickZ since 2005 and has appeared on television and radio news programs. In 2007, Hollis was named Maryland’s “Small Business Person of the Year” by the SBA.
The High Compliance style has these behavioral characteristics:
I’d like to personally invite you to the Talent@Work ® seminar. If you want to be more effective at communication and relationship building, OR if you are responsible for coaching and developing employees to be high performers, OR if are looking for ways to improve engagement, selection and retention of employees, then Talent@Work ® was designed for you!
Enter your email address below to subscribe to our Talent@Work® blog.
Click on the links below to search our archives by month.