I know you think self-advocating feels fake. But you also know that at your level, it’s a good idea. In fact, it’s more than a good idea. It’s necessary at your level. But talking about your accomplishments feels braggy and disingenuous.
In this week’s episode, I’ll show you how to authentically self-advocate in a way that feels so normal and easy, you’ll wish you started doing it years ago.
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.
You’re thinking about quitting your job because it’s boring, right? You’re not connected to it anymore and you want to do something you’re passionate about.
I’ll tell you what you need to do and what to avoid to wake up every morning passionate and excited for the day ahead.
Are you so busy that you can’t read this post? Well… I’ll keep it short. I’m going to help you with finding the time in your schedule so you can have a life (and perform better at work).
This episode isn’t a step by step guide to managing your to do list. This episode is all about creating time for yourself, setting workload boundaries and putting an end to creating more work for yourself than you need to.
Time management is a leadership competency. And if you don’t have time, it’s not because you have a scheduling issue… it’s because you have a leadership issue. Let’s help you get back on track