This 360 Degree Assessment briefing describes what the 360 Degree Assessment is & how to prepare respondents, receive results & create an action plan.

Assertive Business Leadership is even more critical today, with all the disruption in the marketplace, than it was in the past. Unfortunately, a lot of Leaders unknowingly use Aggressive Business Leadership tactics instead.

We’ve all experienced it. You’re in a meeting, you identify what you believe is an IT glitch, and ask for input from the VP of IT. He looks up from his laptop and says: “Can you repeat the question?”

The Problem: Disengaged and Apathetic Team
An Aerospace Executive, we’ll call her Connie, was concerned because her team was disengaged and apathetic.

All of us, including top leaders, find ourselves in a job search at some point.  And, if you’re in a leadership position, it takes that much longer because there just aren’t as many jobs available at the top. 

Do you need to tone down your voice tone, word choice, gestures, and emotions to ensure you don’t “sit on” ideas, people, and decisions?

Part of being an effective leader is managing meetings well to ensure your team’s time is used wisely and that meetings have a positive effect on the bottom line.

Take a proactive role in understanding what is expected of you by your new boss, who will likely have different expectations, views, and priorities than your previous boss.

Don’t let disruptive behaviors negatively impact the productivity of your organization or department. Instead, utilize the 5 Power Steps to Facilitating Bad Meeting Behaviors.

One of the most important jobs of a leader is to encourage their team members. Encouragement goes a long way in maintaining motivation and is a powerful reward that all leaders have at their disposal.