Ashley Prisant Lesko
Talent Engagement is maximizing your employees’ talent, skills, or abilities (what they love to do) for the good of the company—and as a result, for themselves.
Even though most Super Stars know how important they are to their organization, they never use it against the company. Rock Stars, on the other hand, know their knowledge is vital, and they use it to their advantage as much as possible.
When the chips are down, it’s easy to focus on your own problems, and forget those around you. But you have to find a way to put your team first.
For musician Jon Bon Jovi, “Success is falling down 9 times and getting up 10.”
If you never step out of your comfort zone, you’re not supporting your team by being the leader they need you to be.
As a manager, it can be hard to trust your people. You may feel you can accomplish tasks faster and/or better. Instead, you need to lead…and develop your team.
On average, we send approximately 206 billion e-mails daily, according to blogger Kenneth Burke. How can you get a few minutes back in your day—and share them as much-needed time with your team?