Tools for Every Day Leaders

Ep #88: Giving Active Feedback

Active feedback is the words you choose to intentionally inform someone about how they are doing. It should be valuable and meaningful, and you should feel kindness and grace when delivering it. What you’ll learn from this episode: What the components of active feedback are. Some suggestions for ways to deliver active feedback. Featured on…

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Ep #83: The Difficult Employee Remedy

In honor of my new book, The Difficult Employee Remedy Handbook, here are 5 steps to dealing with a difficult employee: What you’ll learn from this episode: Set up expectations with everyone. There are 2 previous podcasts that revolve around setting expectations – Setting Expectations for Managers and Managers and High Expectations. Make sure everyone…

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Ep #76: Every Day Leader Series: Julie Simpson

In this episode, I’m excited to interview Julie Simpson, Founder of Resource IT. Resource IT has delivered over 2,000 projects to date, so they know a thing or two about: Generating leads Launching new products Entering new markets Increasing the effectiveness of existing programs Their clients span the entire channel eco-system. They’ve delivered campaigns for…

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Ep #68: The Ear Buds Are Not the Problem

Most times we don’t need a rule to manage a performance problem. People who don’t perform will always find ways to not perform. Here’s a suggestion for what to do instead. What you’ll learn from this episode – ways to eliminate performance issues: Set expectations. Set individual productivity and performance goals. Establish key performance indicators…

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Ep #64: Managing Managers – Part 2

This episode is part two in managing managers. We’ll continue to look at the elements involved if you manage people who manage people – such as performance management, accountability and coaching. What you’ll learn from this episode: The importance performance management plays in having your manager’s back Accountability and how it relates to the work…