Joining me this week is Randy Clark, leadership trainer and Amazon best-selling leadership author.
Over the last 30 years, Randy has helped a lot of companies and managers improve their leadership with his training; much of it based on mistakes he made in management.
He shared a lot of valuable content during our talk that can help just about anyone…not everyone in a managerial position knows how to be a leader – sometimes we’re put there and need to perform.
Randy showed how to hold people accountable without coming in with a hostile approach. On the contrary, showing first that you care for your teammates and you’re coming from a helpful place will yield better results – and how you can actually do this.
Another helpful piece that we often forget is that you need to find what it is that drives your employees.
Is it money?
Is it recognition?
Finding out and acting based on that will help them perform better.
We talked about a lot more topics but you’ll have to listen to the podcast to know more!
Here’s a little sneak-peak of what you’ll learn:
- Why treating others how you want to be treated is not the way to go
- How to delegate
- Why you shouldn’t multitask and definitely do not pass that on to your team
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