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- “Tools trump training, said Marcus Buckingham”
- The way in which we ask a question in the workplace has a big impact on the way we get the answer . . .
- TAKING THE GUESSWORK OUT OF PEOPLE MANAGEMENT
- Is it ethical to provide employee DISC Reports to their Manager? an ethical question . . .
- The eight personalities involved in change management programmes
1.) Early Indicators – Look way back at prior jobs as well as what they did during their schooling that would indicate the sense of personal responsibility that is typically the cornerstone of leadership.
2.) Consistency Over Time – The real leaders exhibit leadership traits very early in life and exhibit those traits over and over again in various contexts. Look for that consistency as you probe for examples of them playing a leadership role.
3.) Pride in the Team’s Accomplishment – Beware of the person who attempts to take the majority of the credit in regard to accomplishments they are describing to you. You are looking for the person who really cares about the team winning.