This cast includes Part 2 of our discussion on how to implement the Manager Tools' Management Trinity (One on Ones, Feedback, Coaching - and Delegation!).
This cast describes how to gradually implement Manager Tools' Management Trinity (One on Ones, Feedback, Coaching - and Delegation!).
We've been asked a thousand questions about what to do and when to do it when it comes to the Management Trinity, and we've finally gotten frustrated enough to do something about it.
We assumed that a lot of the ideas we're going to share here just made sense, and managers were taking the parts of the Trinity step by step, mastering each one, and adding new parts as they were able. And then we got an email complaining that putting ALL FOUR of the Trinity in place all at once was "JUST TOO HARD". And, that listener was right -- it was too hard -- and we weren't helping by not sharing our guidance.
We've shared these ideas with hundreds of corporate client managers -- and now it's time to share it with everyone. Step by step, here's how you do it.
If you ask us, if there WERE a Manager Tools Hall of Fame (HOF), this cast would be in it.
This cast describes how to use the Manager Tools Meeting Introduction Tool For Large Groups - up to 100 Attendees!
We get asked all the time, "how big a group have you ever used the Meeting Introduction Tool with?" The answer is 110.
It is Mark's favorite Manager Tool because everyone can use it, it works so darn well, and it's TOTALLY against his natural inclination to "take up SO much time on fluff". And yet, when he has tried to NOT use it, trainings and meetings inevitably are less effective, sometimes enormously so. So, we don't use it because it makes natural sense, we use it because it's so incredibly effective. The definition of a professional executive is someone who does what is effective whether they like to or not.
So, if you want to use the Introduction Tool for a big group, we explain how in this cast.
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For years pundits have been predicting that technology (videoconferencing, etc.) will lead to the decline and death of business travel. We here at Manager Tools don't agree. We're human, and humans do better with face to face connections to ensure a complex project does well. Technology has led to the globalization of business, but that has INCREASED the need for getting on an airplane.
And getting on an airplane means packing a bag. And based on what Mark sees in his travels, no one seems to have gotten the memo about the right way to do it.
How easy is it? How about a 23 day, 5 country trip without checking a bag? Yep, you read that right.
For Individual Licensees, we have the normal shownotes (though the notes have a bonus in them) and slides, PLUS a special set of slides showing How Mark Packs for a Week Long Trip. Step by step pictures: what he packs, how he uses dry cleaning bags, how it all fits (easily). If you're not a Licensee, this is a cast that might make it worth it!
For Individual Licencees only, we've posted a video of Mark going through his packing routine. One of many more videos to come!
In this cast, we cover part 3 of our conversation with John Lucht, premier executive recruiter and author of "Rites of Passage".
Note: John's website can be found here: RiteSite.com