3 Mistakes Good Managers Make—And How to Avoid Them
Drawing on her experience helping hundreds of high-potential leaders, you’ll learn about some of the unproductive behaviors well-meaning managers sometimes fall into, including
- Rationalizing behavioral challenges posed by a star performer. Making exceptions for one person that you wouldn’t normally make.
- Not providing developmental or negative feedback. Avoiding challenging conversations. Not confronting problems. Accepting excuses for poor behavior. Ignoring a bad attitude.
- Allowing people to break small rules. Not keeping people focused on achieving team, department, and organization goals.
- Identify the bad behaviors good managers sometimes tolerate
- Look at the underlying causes of well intended errors and how to address them
- Get people back on track
Don’t miss this opportunity to discover how to successfully manage results and people by aligning your actions to your intentions.