The Four Shifts to Become a Confident High-Performing Boss People Love to Work For 0:05
There are two sides to professional growth, results and excuses, we're going to focus on results.
The Leadership Gap – 5:16
About 60% new managers underperform in their first two years in the job. That’s disheartening. But the thing is, it’s not the manager’s fault when they fail. The underlying problem is something very different.
Discovering the Four Shifts – 12:25
Before discovering theses shifts I struggled as a new manager feeling stressed, overwhelmed and dealing with self-doubt. I wondered what the successful, confident leaders were doing differently. What they knew that I didn’t. Instead of continuing to struggle... I hired a coach to support me and I immersed myself into leadership development. The lessons I soon learned became the Four Shifts.
Shift 1: The Golden Rule – 18:33
Shift 1is the foundation of your success as a leader. But unfortunately, it’s also the one I see new managers struggle with the most. To succeed, this is the golden rule you’ll have to follow in your leadership role.
Shift 2: Connections – 28:26
Even if you can get the job done if you can’t get the team and your stakeholders on board, you will NOT get the job done. Your success depends on your key connections. What does are, is what we cover in Shift 2.