By Steve Chandler, Scott Richardson
How nice Leaders Can Produce Insane effects with out riding humans Crazy
"It's not easy to think that rather a lot strong sensible knowledge may be packed into such a simple to learn ebook. It's a voyage into the natural essence of what rather works. I've already ordered it for my whole staff."
-Ron Hulnick, President, college of Santa Monica
100 how you can encourage Others is the fruits of decades of winning management training and coaching via best-selling writer Steve Chandler and lawyer Scott Richardson, and the common follow-up to Steve's earlier best-sellers'100 how you can inspire your self and Reinventing your self. Chandler and Richardson have crafted an essential, undemanding, inspirational consultant for executives, managers, and pros and people desiring to achieve their level.100 how one can encourage Others attracts at the good fortune of reside workshops, seminars, and private training courses on communications and management. those seminars, performed for such enterprises as Banner overall healthiness, common Dynamics, Scripps sanatorium, Wells Fargo Banks, Bristol-Myers Squibb, and M&I Banks, attract managers, lecturers, mom and dad, CEOs, and coaches everywhere.
The first step in motivating others is for you, if you're the chief short of the inducement, to achieve that if there's an issue, I'm the matter. when you really get that, you then can use those a hundred methods. After you've realized to encourage your self, Steve and Scott may also help you learn:
How to decelerate and luxuriate in a brand new point of focus
Why multitasking is a delusion, now not a energy, and maintaining lifestyles easy and easy is the goal
The energy of establishing in your peoples' strengths
How to prevent the dangerous inclination to obsess approximately people's weaknesses
A easy and inventive solution to carry humans accountable
How to take pleasure in cultivating the paintings of supportive confrontation.
This publication evokes super tough-minded management that provides the reward of readability and imaginative and prescient to each individual following the chief. a hundred how one can encourage Others rides at the crest of the overseas luck of Steve Chandler's a hundred how one can inspire your self.
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Extra info for 100 Ways to Motivate Others: How Great Leaders Can Produce Insane Results Without Driving People Crazy
A great motivator doesn’t fight fires 24/7. A true motivator leads people from the present into the future. The only time a fire becomes relevant is when it’s in the way of that future goal. Sometimes a leader doesn’t even have to put the fire out. She sometimes just takes a path around (or above) the fire to get to the desired future. A firefighter, on the other hand, will stop everything and fight every fire. That’s the basic difference between an unconscious manager (letting the fires dictate activity) and a conscious leader (letting desired goals dictate activity).
Companies can turn their managers into leaders. But if companies could transform all their managers into leaders, why wouldn’t every company just do that? Manage Agreements, Not People / 49 They don’t know what a leader is. So how can they train for it? They don’t read books on leadership, they don’t have leadership training seminars, and they don’t hold meetings in which leadership is discussed and brainstormed. Therefore, they can’t define it. So they say people are born leaders. The remedy for this is to always revise your picture of what a good leader is.
That kind of approach, which we would say eight out of 10 managers do, is just a knee-jerk, intuitively parent-child approach to managing human beings. The problem with parent-child management is that the person being managed does not feel respected in that exchange. And the most important, the most powerful, precondition to good performance is trust and respect. Let’s say my project leader has been assigned to get the team to do something. The team all agreed to watch a video and then take a certain test about it given on the Internet.