Introducing The Talent Formula: How to Engage People, Improve Teamwork, and Elevate Performance Using the New Science of Management
As a manager, team lead, or executive, when you develop the talent in others at work, you help their career and yours. You delegate more. And your people take on more responsibility. They handle work that used to fall on your shoulders alone. Your workload gets lighter, and you shift your time to higher value work—the great work that really impacts your organization and advances your career.
The problem is, if you’ve tried this, you’ve discovered it’s tough—most of us learn that the hard way. Experts in executive performance say that the specific skill of developing talent and improving performance in others is one of the weakest skills in most managers.
But you can activate the talent in others and improve performance. You can do it through a systematic, powerful, and specific set of work routines. There is a science to this. Ultimately, though, it all comes down to deliberate practice at a set of precise skills.
My latest book—The Talent Formula: How to Engage People, Improve Teamwork, and Elevate Performance Using the New Science of Management—gives you a proven program to acquire these skills and improve your personal effectiveness at work.
- “level up” your performance in management in a matter of weeks
- increase the degree of engagement and motivation your people experience at work
- learn why science-backed, evidence-based management practices set you apart from average leaders
- secure the skills that make for rock-solid success as a coach
- identify and overcome the common pitfalls of coaching managers and executives at work
- become an employer of choice and reduce costly turnover
- activate an ‘ethos of excellence’ that excites and engages people at work
- scale excellence across your organization using two of the simplest, oldest ‘techniques’ known to humanity
Get the book. Master the skills that matter. And witness the dramatic changes that happen for you and your people at work.
Available on Amazon in March 2015!