Delegating like a leader is not about saving you time.
It’s about investing your time wisely to drive better results long term.
In this episode, I’ll help you invest in the real value of delegating (spoiler alert – it has nothing to do with saving time), and strategies for delegating effectively so you love the work you get back and your team doesn’t feel overworked.
This is the second part of “Managing Tough People”. In last week’s episode, I went into detail on the number one thing you need to do with your tough people before you do anything else. If you don’t do this one thing, nothing else will work.
In part two, I go into detail on what to do next to help you transform your tough people into top performers!
These two episodes are full of tips and real client stories and is a must listen for anyone with tough people to manage
You have someone on your team that’s tougher for you to manage than the others. It’s uncomfortable.
At the same time, you don’t want to get rid of them because they deliver great work.
What is the best way to handle this situation?
In Part 1 of this topic, I break down the number one thing you need to do before you do anything else. If you don’t do this, nothing else will work.
If you’re out there right now thinking about quitting your corporate job for any reason, then this is the episode for you. I’m going to share my story and mindset leading up to making the decision to leave my job, what I thought would happen, what actually happened, and three things I’d do differently next time.
When you talk about leadership, you’re usually talking about leading people. It’s either the way you lead your team, or show up with your team.
However, there are two additional categories of leadership in your career that we don’t talk about so much; leading yourself and leading your goals.
In this episode, we’ll dive deeper into the top three categories of leadership you must prioritize in order to build a truly sophisticated career development strategy and continue your pace of growth. I’ll share what’s included in each category, examples of how they show up and how to prioritize your effort across all three.
When you’re younger it feels like working hard is what you’re supposed to do; you’re paying your dues and putting in your time. And working hard, worked. But you’re not a newbie anymore and it still feels like you’re working your butt off all the time. And not only are you working harder, but you’re not getting ahead as quickly as you used to.
You need to change strategies to one that offers a way better return on your effort. This podcast will show you how.