Expressions of Success
leadership that bridges generations
Today’s world of training and leadership
Well when I was younger back in my day we… How well are training sessions that start with the speaker using loaded words and offering little hope for a younger generation’s success? While networking and in my co-working home I asked around. The results where pretty much the same just stated differently each time. To sum them up best, Jennifer said, “Give me what you know, train me if needed, express your expectations of me. Then allow me the chance to do the job I was hired for.”
As A Result A Boss that Coaches has the ability to translate there team member’s personal communication both within a none-verbal and/or verbal stance. By doing so they are allowing an understand of the staff that work for them a chance to build a company that is sure to be a success; placing each team member in the best job that they self-loved enough to establish as a team.
COACHING, IMPORTANT ROLLS
- Know the strengths and weakness of your team
- Communicate to all the team, that they know the main goal
- Communicate on a personal level that each members understand their part and how it will help reach the larger goal
- Keep a record of each team member.
- Never to reward one person without rewarding the whole team. Save the larger personal rewards for the end of the season
- Know the call and call it, if something needs to change, call TIME OUT and change it
- BE the positive glue that is needed, and the fighter when we know the wrong call was made.
- Review the tapes with the team as a whole allowing everyone to hear and learn from the highs and the lows.
- Growing together will only make the season a success.
“TRAIN for everything that could go wrong that it may empower you for the days when nothing does, and grant courage as well as wisdom on the days you need to slide home.”js