INSTANT INSIGHT: microwaving stars. © 2007 J. Lenora Bresler Bresler Training jlenorabresler.com. Most supervisors put in disproportionate time. . Selection Orientation Development Problem. Why are employees not motivated?. Because their DIRECT BOSS is not giving them what they want.
© 2007 J. Lenora Bresler
Because their DIRECT BOSS is not giving them what they want
How do you know if a coach has done a good job of coaching?
INSTANT INSIGHT IS NEEDED.
USE THIS KNOWLEDGE TO GIVE THEM WHAT THEY WANT.
What questions do you think would provide the most helpful insight for you?
How would you use the information to assist the development of your employee?
How confident are you that an applicant understands what they are getting into?
How might you provide an even better realistic job preview?
Pick a job you currently supervise.
Choose one critical success factor.
Write at least 2 things an employee could do beginning Day One to develop those abilities.
Create an environment in which knowledge and alternative viewpoints are shared.
Examples: Newsletters of competitors issues, professional associations, magazines, idea boards, review company performance
Develop a symbol, graph, chart, or other visual to track performance.
Ask for periodic updates regarding the “details” of where we are and why.
AND YET . . .
Most feedback given in American workplaces is ineffective. Why?
not necessarily expensive
how the performance contributed to the team/co. and also to them
Identify one specific employees you supervise who has done something during the last two weeks worthy of praise. Use the CAR method to provide positive feedback.
WHAT IS THE RATIO OF SEEKING TO TELLING IN YOUR FEEDBACK STYLE?
Celebrate incremental successes and work anniversaries.