I am so excited to introduce you to my friend and coach, David G. Winford! He has helped me grow in so many ways as a business leader and a person. If you’re on the fence, I highly recommend finding a coach that is the right fit—in ANY area of your life that you … Continue reading “Why having the right coach is a game changer”
When someone makes a mistake, consider: is this an incident, or is it a pattern? Incidents happen once; patterns happen multiple times. Unless the mistake is extreme, incidents can largely be ignored. If there is a pattern, then you can address the behavior and how to help them improve. If you’d like more training on … Continue reading “Why effective leaders use a mistake as a training tool”
Raise your hand if you’re tired of unproductive meetings. If you raised your hand—yes, even mentally—then I’ve got a secret to share with you. One simple question: “What action am I going to take as a result of what happened at this meeting?” Meetings are only as valuable as the action that we take upon … Continue reading “How to make meetings matter”
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!”