Sequential vs Concurrent PIPs?
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by /u/swinging_door
14h ago
When dealing with multiple team members with performance issues, do you implement Performance Improvement Plans (PIPs) concurrently or one by one starting with order of severity? submitted by /u/swinging_door [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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Other leadership-related, etc. subs
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by /u/bluestare16
14h ago
I have received so much advice and support from this sub; it's been a game changer. What are your recommendations for other subs I can follow in broad areas, such as others with leadership focus, or even org theory, people management, time management, productivity, etc.? submitted by /u/bluestare16 [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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Seeking Advice: Chosen as Team Lead Despite My Inexperience – How Do I Make It Work?
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by /u/datadreamer28
1d ago
Hey everyone, I've recently joined a bootcamp focused on AI/ML, and we've just started working on our capstone project. To my surprise, I was appointed as the team lead. While I'm used to being someone's right-hand man or a representative of a leader, I've never been in a leadership role myself. I've always felt safer when there's a leader guiding the way, and now I find myself in that position. Frankly, I feel a bit out of my depth. I know there are team members who are more knowledgeable than I am, but I was chosen because I'm good at communicating. While that's a valuable skill, I'm worrie ..read more
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Micromanager here!
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by /u/MartinBaun
1d ago
Everyone hates us. You check on employee work output, give feedback every day, make sure they know about your expectations, get annoyed every once in a while, and you're the devil. Well, I'm gonna let you in on something. The pressure to be 'easygoing' is what will make your business fail. I believe trying to get along with your employees too much blinds you from enjoying the benefits micromanaging has to offer. Now, I understand that it’s the worst thing anyone can do in some cases, but not all the time. I think there are points of contention that paint micromanagement in a better light. I t ..read more
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Leadership - What do you like the most?
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by /u/ticktockrickrock
2d ago
I'm researching the challenges and benefits of transitioning into a leadership position. I'm also a leader and have my own thoughts, but I'm curious as to what others think - what are your favourite aspects of being a leader? There are a lot of thoughts out there about the challenges, I'd love to know about what drove you into leadership and what makes you stay in this career arena. Thanks! submitted by /u/ticktockrickrock [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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What is your biggest problem in leadership
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by /u/Rustycheetah31
2d ago
I want to know what issues you guys in management and leadership roles face that you cant find any good solution to. Going up maybe this could help me. submitted by /u/Rustycheetah31 [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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Chic fil a turbo mode
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by /u/timzecho
2d ago
My first experience with this was chic fil a, but I recently went to Los Angeles and in-n-out was doing it, and so was the Starbucks, was operating on hyper mode, at a much higher level than my local store in the Midwest. Are there any studies, books, or papers examining how to get there? Flowing customers at an amazing rate submitted by /u/timzecho [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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Close to Giving Up
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by /u/Comfortable-Pause649
2d ago
I’m leading a toxic org and finally had the green light from above to make changes, after almost a year of hr investigations, multiple FMLA leaves, and lots of inter team conflicts. This has been the hardest job I’ve ever had and the most toxic environment. The teams beneath me backstab each other, won’t work together, withhold information, and lie constantly. I can’t be everywhere at once and try to reign it in. We have goals and the directors know how to manipulate to say they technically hit them or the reason it’s missed is some other persons fault. There’s always a Loophole and it’s so e ..read more
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Improving Communication Skills
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by /u/mikeflynnt
3d ago
Hello, I have a question regarding communication as a leader. I'm working on my personal and professional development, and among the feedback that I've received recently at work, it seems that my main obstacle preventing me from becoming a leader is confidence and communication. More specifically, they've told me that my voice sounds insecure whenever I speak and that I need to become comfortable with my own voice and project more, have a stronger presence. What are some exercises that I could do to achieve this? I've been looking into the possibility of doing some sort of speech therapy onli ..read more
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The Mission vs The People
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by /u/colocop
3d ago
Was reflecting on this earlier... As a leader, what gets ranked as a higher priority? The mission or the people? On the one hand the mission is why we show up. Without a mission the group is just sitting around twiddling their thumbs. On the other hand, the folks who are working on the team today will be leading and deciding on the missions for tomorrow and how we lead them directly affects the trajectory of the future. Further, if we want to truly propel the mission forward, is investing and growing our people the best way to actually do that? As a leader is it accurate to declare our people ..read more
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