It can feel like a rigged game. Managers face aggressive goals and drive their teams to burnout trying to deliver. Or, employees seek connection and support so managers focus on relationships…and fail to make the numbers. Join international best-selling leadership author David Dye for a conversation about practical leadership tools to help you get results – without losing your soul (or mind) in the process.
Get the tools you need to make a difference while you make the numbers. You'll hear from David, leadership & management thought-leaders, and guests including leaders from a wide variety of industries who are leading well. Tune in today and be the leader you'd want your boss to be.
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Have you ever attended a meeting that should have been a quick email? In this episode, get the criteria you need to choose the right format to move your team forward, make sure you’re not wasting time with meetings that would be better with a quick email, and make every meeting the most productive use of everyone’s time. If you’re new to the show, we invite you to check out Lead Meetings that Get Results and People Want to Attend.
What do you do when you’ve talked with a team member about a performance issue, but nothing changes? In this episode, learn the ART of the tough conversation – how to avoid talking about the same issue repeatedly and address what’s really going on in a way that gets results and builds relationships.
One of the most important leadership skills you’ll ever need is the ability to hold tough conversations – and do it well. Master tough conversations and your influence will soar. Most managers, however, never learn how to have tough conversations in a way that gets results and builds a better relationship. In this episode, find out why sandwich feedback is usually a horrible idea and how to use the INSPIRE model for conversations that work.
As a leader, there is one connection you can make that will do more to inspire your team and increase productivity than anything else you might say. In fact, when you move from none of this to all of it, you can double your team’s productivity.
Leadership can feel complicated, but at its core, leading well requires a straightforward focus on a few key behaviors. Join me for an interview with former nuclear submariner Alec McGalliard and invest in the fundamentals of relationships, expectations, and accountability that build your influence.
It’s a business cliche – people hate meetings. But I don’t think that’s true – we just hate bad meetings.
Why are so many meetings a soul-sucking waste of time? In this episode you’ll get several quick tools to ensure your meetings get results – and that people will want to attend them. Sound impossible? Tune in and transform your meetings forever.
Have you ever delegated a task and then six weeks later wonder what happened to it? Avoid the delegation black hole, help your team to work more productively, and distinguish yourself as a manager who gets more done with this one delegation secret.
You hear so much about the power of culture – so what is culture exactly? How do you get the power of culture working for you and your organization? This episode starts with a question from a listener and addresses his question regarding: what is a great culture? Is there a best leadership culture?
It’s easy for leaders to get in their own way. Have you ever insisted that you’re right and then experienced frustration as nothing worked the way it was supposed to?
You’re not alone – the leadership choice between “right” or effective is a vital decision.
Don’t allow outdated practices to keep you from motivating and engaging your people. In this interview with Rich Berens, CEO of Root Inc., we explore practical ways you can overcome common leadership blind spots. How do you maintain firm standards for a consistent and safe customer experience while also empowering your team to think and solve problems? How do you make it safe for people to tell the truth?