Based on decades of team leadership, we’ve developed a communication rhythm that guarantees your team members are well motivated, well-resourced, and highly productive.
Using this structure for personal contact, you’ll move from responding to problems to resourcing your team for success. And your own band width will increase as your team becomes more engaged and independent than ever before.
Here’s what’s ahead in this episode.
Two extremes leaders may default to when leading teams. [2:11]
The consequence of either micromanaging or abdicating leadership. [3:01]
Why leading teams is such a challenge for many leaders. [5:56]
The most common mistakes in conducting one-on-one meetings. [7:50]
How often and how long to meet with your direct reports. [10:28]
Four questions you should ask your direct reports each week. [10:42]
How to gauge your team members’ margin and capacity. [12:22]
Pitfalls you need to avoid when conducting one-on-one meetings. [13:41]
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