I know, you’re thinking this flies in the face of everything I teach, right? But it doesn’t. Listen and you’ll understand why.
What you’ll learn from this episode:
- You can’t really make employees do anything.
- The best you can do is to hold yourself accountable and ask yourself some very important questions.
- Then you have to address what is working and what is not, and
- You have to be clear about what will happen if they improve and what will happen if they don’t.
Featured on the Show and Other Notes:
1) I’ll be offering a face-to-face workshop in California in June or July 2017 on how to lead, coach and manage difficult people. I’ll also be including a two-day certification and partnership program if you want to take this content and do the work in your organization. All told, it will be a three day workshop for some of you, and a one day workshop if you just want to come as a manager and get the tools you need to lead, coach and manage difficult people. If you’re interested in that, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and I’ll put you on the notification list.
3) If you haven’t subscribed to my blog, you’ll find more great tools there. I write one every week. They’re called “Difficult People Remedies.” Go to www.leadershipcoachllc.com and at the bottom of the page is a box to subscribe. In a future podcast or blog post, I’ll be writing about how we address behavior that doesn’t change.
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