Harnessing Stress to Boost Team Member Productivity

Harnessing Stress to Boost Team Member Productivity

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Harnessing Stress to Boost Team Member Productivity

Lessons from Neuroscience

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Stress can be good!

Yes, you read that correctly.

In this podcast, we explore what neuroscience teaches us about the kind of stress that can aid performance, and how managers can use this knowledge to help their team members climb the productivity curve.

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Outpace!

How to get the most out of your time and get ahead.

 

Outpace!

How to get the most out of your time and get ahead.

5 Challenges Managers Face When Conducting Performance Conversations

5 Challenges Managers Face When Conducting Performance Conversations

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5 Challenges Managers Face When Conducting Performance Conversations

(The Neuroanatomy of These Challenges and How to Overcome Them)

About this Podcast

Feed-forward performance review dialogues can pose mangers with many a challenge.

In this podcast, we cover five such challenges and workarounds to these.


P.S. Introducing our micro-video format course

The Champion Formula

Giving and Receiving Performance Feedback for Managers

"Feedback", as leadership expert Ken Blanchard is quoted to have said, is "the breakfast of champions.

"However, if employee feedback is to be believed, then it is one of those many conversations that many managers botch up. The result: team members, who, having found the performance review experience to be unpleasant, seek to quit the organisation.

An urgent need exists to equip managers with the ability to provide effective feedback. Team members must also be trained to receive feedback effectively.

Find out more: The Champion's Formula: Giving and Receiving Performance Feedback

Can You be Counted Upon – Part II

Can You be Counted Upon – Part II

Now that you have explored the three attitudes that a leader needs to possess in the interest of being seen as someone ‘who can be counted upon’, let’s take a look at the habits these attitudes need to translate into. There are four habits, to be precise. Listen to the podcast to learn more about these habits.

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