In a recent leadership coaching session, a client asked, “how do I manage someone whose performance is great but whose attitude is, at best, questionable? And how the hell do I give them feedback on their attitude?”
I’ve just finished reading Tim Ferriss’ new book, ‘Tools of Titans’ and the one overarching takeaway was that consistency is king, queen and everything in between. Tim, himself, says, “It’s not what you know, it’s what you do consistently”.
Peters and Waterman identified eight attributes that excellent organisations typically have in common. Whilst reading through the attributes, it struck me that there was one underlying principle for all eight: Communication.
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Most managers I work with tend to focus on Maslow when thinking of motivating staff. There are some other great theories out there and this post covers them.
Teams are the lifeblood of an organisational. How a team performs can affect the wider organisation. It’s important that team leaders understand the key aspects of high performing teams in order to improve effectiveness.