Category: Trust/Credibility for Managers

Are Your Word Choices Undermining Your Leadership Credibility?

Few tran­si­tions are more intim­i­dat­ing than mov­ing from a staff posi­tion into a man­age­ment role. To suc­ceed in your new role, you’ll need to trans­mit your thoughts and ideas into words that moti­vate and por­tray cred­i­bil­i­ty.

Use The Presence Principle to Boost Your Leadership Effectiveness

In today’s world, the social media scolds will quick­ly fig­ure out if you’re not authen­tic. One way to improve your leader effec­tive­ness is to fol­low the pres­ence prin­ci­ple.

Manage Smarter 19 — Tom Peters: The Excellence Dividend

Tom Peters is a best-sell­ing author and world renowned expert on busi­ness man­age­ment prac­tices. Peters is co-author of In Search of Excellence—the book that changed the way the world does busi­ness, and often tagged as the best busi­ness book ever. In episode 19, we dis­cuss: Tom's new book — The Excel­lence Div­i­dend, how to avoid being replaced by tech­nol­o­gy, the char­ac­ter­is­tics of a suc­cess­ful team and the crit­i­cal need for soft skills mas­tery by man­agers at all lev­els.

Manage Smarter 18 — Cory Mosley: Being Credible, Likable and Bankable

Cory Mosley has been an entre­pre­neur since the age of 14 with busi­ness inter­ests in the salon, laun­dry, busi­ness con­sult­ing, auto­mo­tive, and con­fec­tionary sec­tors. As an estab­lished busi­ness strate­gist, Cory counts cor­po­ra­tions like Audi, Vol­vo, BBDO, and COX Enter­pris­es amongst his client port­fo­lio. In episode 18, we dis­cuss the impor­tance of cred­i­bil­i­ty and lik­a­bil­i­ty for man­agers and how to con­nect with col­leagues in 2018.

Top Seven Ways Leaders Can Destroy Trust

Fos­ter­ing trust is a key lead­er­ship devel­op­ment task for cre­at­ing a win­ning cul­ture with­in every team and a chal­lenge that must be met.

Manage Smarter 15 — Jeffrey Hayzlett: Secrets of the C‑Suite

Jef­frey Hay­zlett is a prime­time tele­vi­sion host of C‑Suite with Jef­frey Hay­zlett and Exec­u­tive Per­spec­tives on C‑Suite TV, and busi­ness pod­cast host of All Busi­ness with Jef­frey Hay­zlett on C‑Suite Radio. Hay­zlett is the author of three best-sell­ing busi­ness books: Think Big, Act Big­ger: The Rewards of Being Relent­less, Run­ning the Gaunt­let and The Mir­ror Test. In episode 15, we dis­cuss how the C‑Suite thinks, how to talk to them and how to become one of them.

Embracing Failure as a Mentor: How it Impacts Your Employees

The great Win­ston Churchill once said that suc­cess con­sists of going from fail­ure to fail­ure with­out loss of enthu­si­asm. A true leader, there­fore embrac­ing fail­ure, learns the lessons taught by set­backs and con­tin­ues until they suc­ceed.

Top Tips for Building Employee Trust

You need cus­tomer trust, so they’ll keep doing busi­ness with you. There’s anoth­er aspect of trust that can make a big dif­fer­ence for your bot­tom line. It starts much clos­er to home – with your employ­ees.

A Transparent Leadership Philosophy Makes You Consistent, Credible

Do you have a lead­er­ship phi­los­o­phy? You might need one if you plan to lead with con­sis­ten­cy and cred­i­bil­i­ty.

Manage Smarter 05 — Brian Tracy: The Most Important Qualities Managers Must Have for Success

Bri­an Tra­cy has con­sult­ed for more than 1,000 com­pa­nies and is the top sell­ing author of more than 80 books on busi­ness and per­son­al suc­cess. As a pop­u­lar keynote speak­er and sem­i­nar leader, he has addressed more than five mil­lion peo­ple in 5,000 talks and sem­i­nars through­out the U.S., Cana­da and 82 oth­er coun­tries world­wide.

In episode 05, we dis­cuss: the most impor­tant qual­i­ty that a man­ag­er should have, the three most com­mon mis­takes lead­ers make, how to set bet­ter goals and the impor­tance of the work cul­ture.

What’s Your Plan for Communicating Change?

The prob­lem with change is the way it can dis­rupt the estab­lished cul­ture and work­ing sys­tems in an orga­ni­za­tion. If you fail to prop­er­ly plan for and com­mu­ni­cate upcom­ing changes to your employ­ees, you can expect tur­moil, lost pro­duc­tiv­i­ty, and in some cas­es, sub­ver­sion.

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