We are pleased to announce the launch of our LEADERSHIP LIBRARY PODCAST. Our pilot
episode was released December 2nd, with releases scheduled for Tuesday and Thursday
Morning coffee is one of the joys of life. When you add your Cup of Joe to your visit to the
Leadership Library podcast, your morning coffee will add an educational, entertaining dose of
leadership octane to your day!
Our Podcast will focus on Leadership and Legacy as we create AHA moments from my book,
Tighten The Lug Nuts and my over 40 years of boots on the ground leadership experience.
Great leaders challenge their people NOT TO STOP AT THE FIRST RIGHT ANSWER. Tighten
The Lug Nuts and these visits to the leadership library will help you move past that first right
answer. The detailed examples are organized in an educational and entertaining way to form a
framework of real-world concepts. The book serves as a blueprint that can be easily applied by
leaders, entrepreneurs, and all of us in our everyday lives. I hope you enjoy the shows!
The format will allow us to approach concepts in 3 to 5-minute segments that are designed to
fuel your day and your journey. This will include what we have been building to inspire innovative
ideas and provide benefit to your business and your life journey. With these curated briefings, we
hope to give our listeners inside access to what I have been researching, designing, building,
thinking, and executing over these 40 years.
Past episodes include:
Ah Ha Moments
Broad Based Leadership
Don’t Stop Thinking About Tomorrow
Leaving a Legacy
Values as the Glue
Keys to Success
Build Your Brand Mosaic
Feeling like a Valued Individual
Go to Where the Puck is Going
Know Your Customer
Performance of a Successful Team
The Big 8
Act Like an Owner
Visualize What Good Looks Like
Bad News is Better than Ugly News
Bring Your Vision To Life
Meet You Outside Your Comfort Zone
Market Assessment Outside Of Your Control
Market Assessment Within Our Control
My Significant Lesson
with many more topics on the schedule
I hope you enjoy your visit to the LEADERSHIP LIBRARY podcast at www.tightenthelugnuts.com
and use www.tightenthelugnuts.com as your library pass, or visit https://www.buzzsprout.com
/1484407 or Apple Podcasts.
For more information visit our web site at https://www.3sixtymanagementservices.com/training/, or Get a copy of our our bestselling book, Tighten The Lug Nuts, at https://tightenthelugnuts.com.
Great Leaders Create A High Performance
Culture Through Effective Communication
Genius is the ability to put into effect what is on your mind.
F. Scott Fitzgerald
GREAT LEADERS Connect their people with information to create a high-performance culture through Effective Communication.
They are not the leaders who go into separate rooms and text each other to work out their problems.
To be a Good Communicator you first need to understand your role as a leader, what you do, as well as what’s expected of you. Start with your Communication Goals.
Inform, educate, and inspire employees in all business units, at all levels to:
- Understand and embrace changes to the business
- What it means to them
- How they contribute to the company’s reputation and growth
Three Types of Communications
- To inform
- To receive information
- To solve a problem
- Help stakeholders gain an understanding of the direction of the organization and become committed to its success
- Inspire leaders to own, support process changes and lead by example so the desired culture is institutionalized
- Provide context for the change to give employees a line-of-sight between their efforts, the organization’s performance, and our shared rewards
- Set clear expectations for employees so they understand their role in the organization
- Neutralize opposition to change by demonstrating the benefits of the new vision and its supporting initiatives
- Building trust through listening
- Sharing knowledge
- Providing feedback
- Walking the talk
Traits of great communicators:
- Approachable – This is key. Part of how we communicate, and act is how we garner people’s respect, trust.
- Adaptive to his or her environment. We all have our own personal style. Your message and how you talk to your front-line employee are different than how you would communicate with your customer or others in your care or peers. At times you need to simplify your message. You should be able to read the audience with whom you are communicating. If people look confused ask for their feedback or confirmation that they understand.
- Passionate – need to have the ability to inspire others. When delivering a message, you need to care about your message and your audience. You need to have some charisma or presence. Nobody wants to listen to a speech without passion. Great leaders all have selfconfidence. This needs to come across in our communications if we are trying to motivate our teams.
- Prepared to Listen – one of the best forms of communication is the ability to listen and react. Personally, I travel around the country on a regular basis to talk to people not only to deliver a message but to get their feedback. A leader should always solicit feedback and most importantly do something with that feedback.
Do you meet with all your front-line employees on a quarterly basis? At the conclusion of the meeting does senior management provides a written recap of what questions / concerns came up during the meetings? Your expectation is that every issue is addressed. Leaders know the importance of asking the right questions. Asking questions helps leaders to determine the motives of others in a conversation. To lead an effective conversation, you may have to ask many questions to get to the root of problems.
For more on this and other important leadership and self-development topics visit the Leadership Library at https://www.tightenthelugnuts.com.
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Great leaders challenge their people NOT TO STOP AT THE FIRST RIGHT ANSWER.
Tighten The Lug Nuts is that book that will help you move past that first right answer and is full of detailed examples that are organized in an educational and entertaining way to form a framework of real-world concepts. This book serves as a blueprint that can be easily applied by leaders, entrepreneurs, and all of us in our everyday lives.
This is one of the best leadership books you can read to help you accelerate towards your personal and professional goals.
Whether you are a seasoned professional or a first-time manager, Tighten The Lug Nuts is not only motivational but also a call to action for those who have yet to make a mark in their field.
Visit https://tightenthelugnuts.com/ for additional information and to order your copy today.
” In the service business, people are our most important asset. The time we spend with our people is an investment in the future, not an expense or burden on our time. This time you with your people is an investment. You cannot successfully grow the business without an investment in people. “
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