How To Define Your Team’s Roles And Create Success?

Did you know what percent of leaders say people issues are their number one frustration? A whopping 83%! The following article does a great job of speaking about how to define your team’s roles and create success. When leaders learn how to use Outcome Thinking® to have their team manage up rather than them managing [...]


2021-09-16T23:43:10+00:00Categories: Blog|Tags: , , , , |

A Leader’s Job Is Not To Do The Work For Others…

It’s finally here! Our free webinar, “Gain Back Freedom by Building an Aligned Strategic Team” is full of insights into WHY people behave the way they do and HOW to lead towards positive lasting change. If you want to build a team of independent and strategic thinkers who don’t need micromanaging, then be sure [...]


2021-09-13T17:32:51+00:00Categories: Blog|Tags: , , , |

Blocker #4. All Decisions Seem To Come To You.

When this is happening you become a bottleneck to success. It is literally like you throttle the team. This can happen due to a few things... An underlying current is felt of “you better do this the right way” which happens to be your way. This means, even though you delegate, you are not really [...]


2021-08-27T03:50:38+00:00Categories: Blog|Tags: , , , , |

Blocker #3 Lack Of Follow Through.

Ah, this one is a sneaky one. It can be caused by a few things such as… No consequences if a person doesn’t follow through. Lack of consequences by you as a leader means there is no conviction behind the process. Be committed to any process you set up. Lack of easy to retain training. [...]


2021-08-26T03:35:28+00:00Categories: Blog|Tags: , , , , , |

Blocker #2 To A Strategic Team…

Source: Rafik / iStock / Getty Fear of loss of knowledge on the team. When you, the leader, fear losing someone you will almost always start “bending” the rules for that person. You may let them do a process slightly different from others. Or you may give them a pass on something they [...]


2021-08-20T01:30:50+00:00Categories: Blog|Tags: , , , , , |

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