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18 - What Do I Do Next?
By the time we hit a certain age in our life and a certain stage in our career, many of us begin to ask that age-old question: “Is this all there is?” If you’re seeking to find more meaning in your life and thinking that the next – or what may be the last – act in your career will be more fulfilling than your previous roles, this episode is for you.
17 - The Secret to Superior Performance
What is the difference between a lower-performing and higher-performing employee? It often lies in their manager’s expectations of their performance, which is not the same as the expectations for the role, and certainly has almost nothing to do with the mostly counter-productive exercise of goal-setting. How to inspire your staff to greatness, coming right up.
14 - Finding the Secret to Life Balance
Welcome to a new year with its opportunities for fresh beginnings. Many people have taken the time over the holiday season to reflect on how to bring more balance to their lives. If you’re among those who sometimes struggle with juggling multiple demands in your life, consider this episode of Reengagement 180 as your “Happy 2017!” gift.
13 - Are You Indispensable? Then You’re Fired! Well, Maybe Not…
“Always fire an indispensable person,” goes the old wisdom. Otherwise you become overly dependent on them. But in today’s “Scalable Capability” organization, there are few who aren’t uniquely indispensable. How to deal with this contemporary organizational paradox? We answer that not-so-ancient riddle in this week’s podcast, coming right up.
10 - The Remarkably Powerful Alternative to Performance Reviews
In our last two podcasts, I pointed out a number of systemic problems associated with traditional, check-off-the-goals, performance reviews. What if I were to show you an alternative that not only is a pleasure to participate in, but also serves to align individual motivation with organizational aspirations. If that sounds too good to be true, stay tuned!
7 - Expecting to Win
Of course a leader expects his or her people to win—to perform at their best, to accomplish their goals. But subtle differences in how that leader demonstrates their belief in that expectation often makes the difference between a winning performance and falling a little short. This week's podcast takes an object lesson from the American League Division Series.
6 - Down with Delegation. It's a Promise
“What do you need?” “Everything!” “When do you need it?” “Yesterday!” If this is the story of your work life, today’s podcast is for you. Learn how to turn oppressive delegation into an empowering request and promise conversation. It will be worth your while to stay tuned—I promise!