The ‘C’ approach and Managers – career limiting?

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Fear of Challenge

A lot of Managers fear challenge. This is often due to them fearing being seen as a lesser Manager, someone who does not have all the answers, they feel foolish when this happens. It can feel humiliating for them. Their response is one of anger, resentment and as a result they close down; their team learns very quickly to stop challenging and become submissive.

Attitude, Values and Beliefs – 3:2 Management Model

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How do you rate attitude? Would one measurement be based on smiles? How professional their language and tone of voice is? Or even the happiness in their voice? It is all so subjective, just as happiness is not a universal standard, or what sounds professional to one may sound stand offish to another.

The Neil Diamond Effect – Managers Engagement

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After some time and more great songs those on the elevated seats around the arena started to get off their seats and dance. It started slowly with only the first couple of rows dancing, this was followed up with a ripple effect until the majority of people in all the rows were up and dancing.

It was interesting to watch the engagement with his audience and how time, influence or maybe confidence took over and Mr Diamond had the majority of people on their feet.

TRUST your work – 3:2 Management Model

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You know your Treasure, now look at the resources required to meet the goal. It may be worth at this stage moving to the ‘T’ – Time bound. This will give you an idea of time constraints and therefore give you a better idea of resources.

This is all the resources required from self and others, people, budget, equipment etc.

Imagine what resources you might require if there were no barriers.
Now work with the limitations you do have
If there are additional resources required, how will you bridge the gap?

The Bike Shed Effect

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Why are Managers not owning unproductive meetings, are they enablers? Is there a culture within your business that silently promotes this… Qui tacet consentit, – silence gives consent.

Six simple truths to getting over the Bike Shed Effect in meetings…

The 3:2 Management Model

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The Step up mind-set is the key to setting you apart from the other managers. The step up mind-set does as it says on the tin; it puts you in a position to step up to the next level whether this be a role change, career promotion or enhanced performance.

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