We’ve been having a lot of discussions lately with teams about team agreements and there seem to be two key issues for managers.
The first is that while each individual team member is clear about what they do, they’re not necessarily clear on how their role fits in with other team members or stakeholders. The second is the behaviours of each team member and how that affects their overall performance.
Do you lack confidence as a leader? It’s a common problem, and something we’ve seen more and more of lately.
Many new and developing leaders think they’re not good enough, and don’t have all the tools and resources to lead confidently. But it is possible to build your confidence and bridge that gap to improve as a people leader.
We’re sharing how to do just that.
You might already be in a position of leadership, or you might have recently been promoted or put yourself forward for a new role. Whatever stage of leadership you’re in, it’s time to change your strategy.
Being a leader requires next-level thinking. You need to prepare mentally, physically and emotionally. What got you to this position of leadership isn’t going to create the thinking that you need to perform at your best.
Making the move from supervisor to manager isn’t a simple one. Working the way you used to work just isn't going to cut it anymore.
The three key areas that allow you to be successful in a managerial role are your thoughts and mindset, your behaviours and the tools and strategies you use.
If you’re already a manager but aren’t moving forward, it’s more than likely that it’s because you’re lacking in one of these three areas.