How To Earn Respect | Part 1
How to Earn Respect
I love biscuits made from scratch. Luckily I grew up around excellent scratch biscuit makers. Admittedly, the ingredients my mother and grandmother relied on were basic staples found in virtually every kitchen: flour, salt, baking powder, milk and shortening. However the artistry resided not in the ingredients, but in the skillful combination of those ingredients.
How to Earn Respect Using 3 Ingredients
I’ve discovered that how leaders earn respect is a lot like making biscuits. Surprising as it may seem, being respected doesn’t require a wide range of ingredients. In fact, I believe only three critical elements are required. However, like any premier biscuit baker, knowing when and how to combine those basic ingredients will ultimately determine the difference between respect earned or opportunity squandered. Learn how leaders can earn respect using three elements and knowing how to combine those elements in this Leaders Ought to Know blog post.
How to Manage Your Manager
Too often good employees and good leaders have good intentions, yet they find themselves at a disconnect. So what can you do when you find you need to manage your manager? One of our viewers shared this scenario and asked this question… “I’m a very goal-driven person, and I have things I want to accomplish in my […]
Setting Better Expectations with Your Team
Could you be setting better expectations with your team? If you’re looking to improve performance, starting with baseline expectations may be the next right step for you. In Episode 10 of The Man & The Millennial Show, we offer you five questions to help you get better results by setting better expectations. #settingexpectations #betterexpectations #employeeengagement […]
World-Class Service & The Masters Who Create It
During my 30+ year professional speaking career, I’ve enjoyed a number of incredible, world-class service experiences. But my experience from twenty years ago this week is hard to top. In 2002, I spent 10 days working as a “paid volunteer” at The Masters Championship at Augusta National Golf Club. A tough job, but somebody’s got to […]