Have you noticed how some leaders have an amazing rapport with and inspire loyalty from team members? Actually, it’s more than that: team members happily to go the extra mile all the time! And all you can think is, “how do I do that?”
You’re a part of the executive team; your colleagues ask you for advice. That is… most of the time. It’s not that you’re left out; it’s just that the CEO and your other team members don’t quite view you as an essential trusted advisor.
Have you noticed how some leaders have an amazing rapport with their team members? Actually, it’s more than that: team members happily to go the extra mile all the time! And all you can think is, “how do I do that?”
Many entrepreneurs and managers are frustrated because their staff members don’t get the job done with a high degree of excellence and attention to detail. And they worry that little things like typos and the big things like not getting back to clients quickly enough will cost them their reputation and clients or promotions. Does this sound familiar?
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Asking questions in a positive and effective way leads to a much more efficient conversation and outcome. Ask them what their needs are and how this particular strategy meets their needs.
Learn what questions to ask and how to ask the questions that really work in our new video!
Following up with coworkers or team members is an important part of the coaching model. Schedule when, where, and how you’ll be following up to support someone you’re coaching.
Learn how to help your team members get where they need to be in our new video!
Now more than ever, lawyers are called upon to provide full spectrum legal advice to clients. Legal engagements often include advising clients on strategic business implications of their decisions in addition to providing legal solutions when assisting clients with complex and routine problems. Join Anne in New York for NAWL’s Annual Meeting and explore how to combine being a savvy lawyer with being an effective communicator and trusted advisor.
Do you wonder what’s in store for you over the next five or ten years both in your career and personal life? Are you concerned that you’re not taking advantage of opportunities? Do you worry that if you do take advantage of professional opportunities that you put your personal life at risk? Have you defined what success looks like for you? Continue Reading