Have you worked in an organization that suffers from a crisis of management and leadership? Then you know how important it is to have a Manager’s Playbook. Under-trained and under-equipped, many great people have turned out to be not-great managers and their employees and companies’ bottom lines are suffering the consequences.
In this episode, David talks with Joel Trammell and Alicia Thrasher, co-authors of The Manager’s Playbook about the massive difference that simple management and leadership competencies make—for employees, for bosses, and for companies at large. Training great managers with a consistent system for delivering results is one of the fastest ways to gain a competitive advantage. Tune in and get the five fundamental skills all great managers and leaders master, from motivating people to developing self-awareness.
The Manager’s Playbook with Joel Trammell and Alicia Thrasher
11:55 – Five competencies that define good management
16:58 – Common mistakes that people make with authenticity and leaders’ communication
27:45 – One of the five fundamental competencies that make a good manager: awareness. What are we talking about with awareness?
35:10 – Leadership is your ability to influence people to eagerly follow your direction.
37:27 – Misconceptions about coaching, and why coaching is one of a manager’s critical responsibilities.
41:20 – Three elements of a manager’s work: planning, execution, and growing.
45:40 – What it means to empower the highly talented people you’ve brought on board and how great managers empower their teams and their people
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