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Today may be rough for your team. I have a few thoughts...

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A client called me yesterday. She was really hurting because of the low morale and the state of divisiveness she's seeing in her team, her family, her community, and the country because of the pandemic, ongoing social issues, and our current political turmoil. So we talked.

Given today is another day of spiking emotions with a potential second impeachment of President Trump, I thought I'd share some of what I shared with her.

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Posted by Liz Weber CMC on January 13, 2021 in Leadership Development and tagged , , , ,

 

Revise “And Any Other Duties As Assigned” to Change Your Culture

Revise “And Any Other Duties As Assigned” to Change Your Culture

If you’ve been in management for any length of time, the phrase “And any other duties as assigned,” is one you know. Whenever I ask one of my audiences or leadership training teams, “What’s that line at the bottom of most position descriptions?” invariably the knowing participants start to chuckle and say, “And any other duties as assigned!” That phrase conveys feelings of power to many managers yet most don’t understand it or apply it correctly.

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Posted by Liz Weber CMC on April 19, 2017 in Leadership Development, WBS and tagged , , ,

 

Impact Your Customer Experience by Changing Your Culture

Impact Your Customer Experience by Changing Your Culture

A client, the Director of North American Operations, asked me to review a proposed Corporate Leadership Development Program that had just come across his desk. Something about it felt ‘off’ to him, but he couldn’t quite identify what was making him uncomfortable. After a quick look, I could see the problem. The plan had many of the correct elements to a sound leadership development program. However, the order in the focus areas was wrong. The plan was proposing the training topics discuss Customers, People (i.e., team members), Products, and then Culture.

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Posted by Liz Weber CMC on September 6, 2016 in Leadership Development, Strategic Planning and tagged , , , , ,