Doing Too Much: The Signs, Symptoms And Practical Solutions

  General managers who come to me for coaching often say that they: Are being pulled down into the weeds, and they want to be up on the hills Don’t delegate because they don’t have the right people around them with the right skills and competencies Can do “it” better themselves Are tired or overloaded and overwhelmed Do any of these feel familiar to you? Being a leader requires the ability to work with both the big picture and only...

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Now You Are Managing Your Peers!

Several of my clients have been asking me, “How do I shift my relationship from being a close colleague to being their manager? How must our relationship differ?” Yes, there will certainly be differences in the relationship.  Two of the most important factors in successfully making this shift are: Navigating your own emotional responses. Managing the psychological shifts between the two of you. Let’s take a look at both of these areas: Navigating your emotional responses If you’re like most people,...

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