Discover the three vicious circles that keep managers – and their teams – stuck
Understand how breaking out of these circles can help them work less hard and have more impact
Learn the five core questions they need so they (and those they lead) can focus on the work that matters
Find the Best Coaching Question in the World (and it has just three words)
Managers and leaders find themselves stuck in three vicious circles. They’re frustrated by teams who have become overdependent on them. They’re overwhelmed by the amount of work they have to do. And they’re disconnected from their own Great Work - the work that has impact, the work that has meaning.
Breaking out of those vicious circles is simpler than you might think. Mastering five essential questions can help managers and leaders increase the focus, courage and resilience they need to have more impact in the work they do.
Participants will not only leave with a plan to do things differently, but will also get access to a special Box of Crayons report: Four Surprising Phrases to Supercharge Your Conversation and Boost Your Manager IQ.
In the last decade, new organizational models with greater geographical distribution, more matrixed structures, and increased diversity, as well as accelerated technology innovation, have made the way we work more interconnected than ever. “Sixty-seven percent of employees report an increase in work requiring active collaboration,”4 according to CEB. In the same study, general managers and senior executives reported needing a 20 percent improvement in employee performance.
White Paper | Author: BetterWorks | Source: BetterWorks
| Published:April 11, 2016
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