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The Best Secret To Managing Up

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Have you ever been in a scene like this? Your team is working hard. Results are solid. But nobody seems to notice. Or worse, any skip level visits turn out so poorly, you begin to dread the very thought of a well-intentioned executive stopping by to talk with your team.

An important part of Winning Well is helping your team showcase their results.

Here’s my favorite approach.

This video is part of my Results That Last program. To take a peek inside the first few sessions (for free), click here.  I also have live versions of my Results that Last Program. Please contact me for more information about the best approach for your company.

Your turn. What’s your favorite way of showcasing your team’s results?
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Karin Hurt
Karin Hurt
Karin Hurt helps leaders around the world achieve breakthrough results, without losing their soul. A former Verizon Wireless executive, she has over two decades of experience in sales, customer service, and HR. She was recently named on Inc's list of 100 Great Leadership Speakers, AMA's 50 Leaders to Watch in 2015, & Top Thought Leader in Trust by Trust Across America. She’s the author of 2 books: Winning Well: A Manager's Guide to Getting Results-Without Losing Your Soul and Overcoming an Imperfect Boss.
 

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LaRae Quy   |   27 January 2016   |   Reply

With your experience, this training and programs would be a great benefit to any organization wanting to take it to the next level. Congratulations!

Terri Klass   |   01 February 2016   |   Reply

Showcasing team results can be as simple as sharing a story of success or a lesson learned through a mistake. Storytelling can be so powerful.

The course looks great Karin!

Alli Polin   |   02 February 2016   |   Reply

The Green Jacket Effect! What a creative way for the district to take control of how and when they practiced. Instead of you telling them to get it together, they wanted to get better and helped each other get there in the process. Looks like an exceptional program, Karin!

~ Alli