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!”
We are all motivated by a vision of some kind. When we can imagine a better future, we’re inspired to make that vision come to life. Your people also need a vision. Have you clearly defined it in writing? Create a simple document that helps the team know where you’re going. Learn more about time management at DaveCrenshaw.com/time. … Continue reading “How a clear vision can motivate your team”
Development topics covered: Why repetition isn’t just for the gym. How to turn a mistake into a coaching opportunity. How to create a system for proper training. Why demonstration is a powerful training tool. Why practice—with a little guidance—makes perfect. How observation improves training. How measurements lead to effective training. Why being open to changes in your … Continue reading “How to improve employee training and team development | eight practical tips”
Telling people what they should do isn’t enough. To be able to repeat training and make performance consistent, we must document it into a system. Begin with something simple like a bullet point list or explainer video recorded with your phone. Then use that system record as the basis for training. Learn more about booking Dave to speak at your … Continue reading “How to create a system for proper training”