Micromanagers hover to make sure everything gets done their way. Productive leaders, on the other hand, provide respectful accountability. Accountability is helping people keep their commitments. Give people freedom, while also following-up with them, to make sure that they deliver results. Learn more about booking Dave for your next event at DaveCrenshaw.com/speaker.
If you want someone to master a system, let them practice using roleplaying and guided exercises. No one’s ever become more muscular just by watching a coach lift weights. During practicing, provide feedback and correction as needed. Make small corrections to guide people toward habits that get the best possible results. Learn more about booking … Continue reading “Why practice—with a little guidance—makes perfect!”
I recently spoke in Salt Lake City to the Entrepreneur’s Organization for EO Alchemy about the Power of Having Fun and how taking small breaks for something fun can dramatically increase your performance during the day. These little breaks are what I call an Oasis, and they’re critical to improving your productivity. As an example … Continue reading “How a small Oasis of fun impacts productivity”
I’m here at the LinkedIn Learning studio where we just finished filming two new fields, and an update to the course, Discovering Your Strengths. Right now, I want to talk to you about the nature training and how a big problem in the corporate environment is the fear of repetition. The problem is that repetition … Continue reading “Why repetition in training is critical to success”
I had an interesting conversation with my Lyft driver today on the way to a local speaking event that tied in with the topic I was going to speak on at the Davis Conference Center in Layton, Utah. We were discussing how he has a side business as a nutritional coach and that even though … Continue reading “How education fails without accountability”