Be A Leader, Not Simply A Boss
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That Build Individual & Team Performance
Dealing with problematic employees and co-workers can be challenging and stressful. Would you like to master the techniques for addressing issues BEFORE they you end up blurting out "I need to F-ing to talk to you"?
What's the greatest challenge facing a leader? The shift from being a star player to a coach who leads a bench filled with high-performance athletes. When you learn the C.O.A.C.H. Model you can guide even mediocre players into top performers.
Bluegem Learning and Corporate Culture SHIFT have combined have developed a systematic program to assist leaders at all levels to develop the essential leadership skills they need to effectively navigate difficult workplace conversations.
Everything you want and need for your organization to thrive starts with you as a leadership team and funnels down. An investment in your leadership skills helps you ensure your team is being led effectively so you can hit your goals!
"The single biggest way to impact an organization is to focus on leadership development. There is almost no limit to the potential of an organization that recruits good people, raises them up as leaders and continually develops them."
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I Need to F-ing Talk To You
The Art Of Navigating Difficult Workplace Conversations
Do you want to f***ing improve individual and team performance in your workplace? Do you think mediocrity f***ing sucks and you shouldn't have to put up with it? Do you aim to be more than a good boss and aspire to be a great leader?
Join Ken and Russell for thoughtful and at times f***ing irreverent conversation on the topics of leadership and organizational culture. Sometimes difficult conversations suck, but you need to have them. Sometimes you may even need to have them with yourself.
This podcast lays out how you can be an even better leader and not simply a ‘boss’.