Leadership and Learning
De Management Concepts
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Welcome to the Management Concepts Leadership and Learning podcast! You will find information on critical leadership and learning topics brought to you by the experts from Management Concept's Leadership and Management practice. Topics covered include how to motivate different people, how to maximize creativity, how to become more adaptable as a leader, and how to understand and act on the commitments needed to lead. We hope you enjoy the series!
||CleanAnytime Coaching: Knowing Your FRG||By knowing your FRG as a manager and coach for your employees, you can better control your reactions to situations to bring out the best performance in your employees.||2/11/10||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||CleanAnytime Coaching: How to Ask the Right Questions||A crucial communication skill of "anytime coaching" includes asking the right questions of employees. Learn how to ask those questions with Wendy Sherwin Swire, one of the authors of "Anytime Coaching: Unleashing Employee Performance."||25/10/10||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||CleanAnytime Coaching: An Interview with the Authors||Mark Leheney interviews Teresa Wedding Kloster and Wendy Sherwin Swire on the new book they authored, Anytime Coaching: Unleashing Employee Performance.||18/10/10||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||CleanListening: A Powerful, Lost Skill||In an information-saturated and fast-moving age, true listening is often squeezed out. This podcast explains how to reclaim this lost art.||4/3/10||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||CleanCreativity and Innovation: How to Leverage New Ideas||Creativity is exciting and even fun! But how do individuals and organizations move from that to implementing useful innovation?||17/2/10||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||CleanAdaptability||Adaptability is more important today than ever. Change and new demands being placed on everyone in organizations make this competence essential.||2/2/10||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||CleanThe Fifth Commitment of a Leader-Leadership||Leaders engage in a cycle of leadership including seeing reality, imagining possibilities, aligning others toward those possibilities and celebrating successes. They also enroll others in this cycle, building future leaders.||4/11/09||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||CleanStrengthening Trust in Government||Casey Wilson and Barbara Kres Beach explore what leaders need to know about building trust personally and when they are "transparently" within the public eye.||22/10/09||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||CleanThe Fourth Commitment of a Leader-Truth||Leaders need to be the “chief truth-tellers” in an organization, ensuring the facts and reality are fully acknowledged, and encouraging others to tell their truths. Leaders cannot lead people over the long term if they do not tell the truth.||13/10/09||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||CleanThe Third Commitment of a Leader-The Organization||Leaders must find genuine meaning and value where they work, believing in the ultimate aims of the organization, particularly if they want those they are leading to do so as well.||28/9/09||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||CleanThe Second Commitment of a Leader-People||Leaders either commit to others, or those they are attempting to lead don't commit to them. Understanding and developing people is a crucial commitment for leaders.||15/9/09||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||CleanThe First Commitment of a Leader-The Self||Making a commitment to the self may sound, well, selfish, for a leader, but that's where leaders need to start – in making a commitment to learn about and develop themselves.||31/8/09||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|