VIDEO 1: DEALING WITH UNDERPERFORMING DIRECT REPORTS
What can you do when you’re unhappy with the performance of a direct report?
A thorny issue every leader faces.
Hint: you get the behavior you tolerate. That’s right. You get the behavior you tolerate.
VIDEO 2: MAKING INFORMED DECISIONS WHILE ENCOURAGING PARTICIPATION AND OPENNESS
How do you make decisions when there are multiple truths?
What approaches help you make the best possible decision for your organization and encourage participation and openness?
VIDEO 3: LEADING THROUGH CHANGE
Leading through disruptive change or a crisis can make or break an executive’s reputation and career.
At a high level there is a best practice and there are two bookends. In this video, I share my views on steady leadership, emotional expression, and the importance of taking a positive stance.
VIDEO 4: BEHAVIORS OF GREAT LEADERS
Here’s what I believe leaders are solving for:
Aligning and integrating people’s efforts and interests with business goals. Sustaining this over time.
There are five core drivers of this ability.
This first is:
“Shaping and influencing vision and strategy.”
In this video, I share my thoughts on this core leadership competency.
VIDEO 5: LOW HANGING FRUIT FOR LEADERSHIP GROWTH
Often, growing as a professional and as a leader requires a new perspective and a commitment to new behaviors. Sometimes the path is so obvious, we miss it.
This video may illuminate your hindering blind spots and unleash your potential as a leader and as a professional.
What gets me most excited about coaching leaders is not only the positive effect it has on my coachee, but also on the people they lead, their peers and the overall performance of the organization.
Every leader and future leader possesses strengths they can harness to lead a team. And every leader has less-developed leadership skills that hinder their effectiveness. Growth takes place when a leader becomes more aware of their strengths and harnesses these strengths to be a more effective leader. Growth also takes place when a leader becomes aware of less developed leadership skills, commits to change, experiments, and changes behavior for the better.
ABOUT MACH10 CAREER & LEADERSHIP COACHING
Mach10 works with all types of organizations and individuals to enhance leadership performance, maximize employee talent and responsibly support laid off employees. To explore our support, please reach out to me, David Ehrenthal at email@example.com or ring me at 617-529-8795.
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