#37 – How Leaders Manage Up To Other Leaders

#37 – How Leaders Manage Up To Other Leaders

Managing up is as important as managing down or across your organization.

I’ve developed three strategic pillars for managing up that allow you to consistently create advocates and drive results for your organization, your team and most importantly, for your career. And I’ll dive into each part of the framework to offer examples of how to manage up effectively

#036: Naturally Delegating Like A Leader

#036: Naturally Delegating Like A Leader

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.

#035: Authentically Self Advocating

#035: Authentically Self Advocating

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.

#034: Managing Tough People: Part 2

#034: Managing Tough People: Part 2

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

#033: Managing Tough People: Part 1

#033: Managing Tough People: Part 1

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.