Three Differences Between Managers and Leaders – Vineet Nayar – Harvard Business Review.
Some great tips in this article on how to transition from ‘doer’ to manager, to leader: 5 Ways To Lead No Matter Your Title | LinkedIn.
When you’re working on improving an individual’s performance, it’s so important to understand them as a person, and to make sure their performance objectives at work are aligned with their personal aims and priorities. This also follows through to how you reward people for good performance. You simply can’t assume that everyone will be motivated […]
Do you find it hard to engage and motivate your people, even though you offer them bonuses and incentives? This brilliant animation may have some answers: RSA – RSA Animate – Drive.
If my last post got you thinking about your purpose in life, you might find this tool helpful in developing your personal mission statement: http://www.franklincovey.com/msb/
Are you your own boss? Who do you rely on to help you perform and deliver? Seth’s Blog: Two people you might need in your professional life.
Are you struggling to change the way people behave in your organisation? This is a simple model to help you think about what you can do to support new behaviours and discourage old ones. The Trouble With Changing Behaviors (and What You Can Do About It) | Enclaria: Change Starts Here.
Some practical tips for motivating your team to improve performance – whether you’re in sales or not. Sales Managers – Incentivising Your Team – What Are The Pitfalls and Potential Successes? | Business Matters.
Some simple, practical tips on everyday learning in this post: How to Keep Learning as a Leader… on a Budget | Fox Small Business Center.
Some interesting findings about understanding staff survey results and different types of engagement. New research reveals why strong engagement scores can spell trouble for organisations | Business Matters.