Practice makes permanent. Practicing new skills helps develop a comfort level and confidence that engages teams. During our classroom and on-line training, we build in practice sessions because we know that great leaders get better over time. Author, Ryan Carson says, “If you’re willing to do a little bit of work and look a little bit dumb, there is nothing you can’t achieve.” We are all afraid of looking dumb, making a mistake and not being perfect. Get over that! If you wan
It sometimes is easier to just "do it yourself”, but you will never be able to do it all and grow in your career, so practice delegating. As an emerging leader, you are most likely doing your regular job plus motivating, providing feedback, fixing issues, handling customer problems, training, and being empathetic, plus, plus, plus. By taking the time to delegate responsibilities, your teammates will grow and become more successful, and you will actually save time in the long
No matter what your title is, you can be the leader to increase acceptance of change. The first step is to understand where people are coming from and put everything into perspective. They might have the fear of the unknown, a lack of trust, or just a habit.
Here are 8 ways to overcome obstacles and help lead the change. IDENTIFY THE WHY - Communicate to your teammates on WHY changes are being made. If you don’t know that big WHY, ask upper management to message the WHY for