The Eight “ATEs” of Leadership
This is a great breakout for any of your management/leadership team. It focuses on eight words, all ending in “ate:” Create, Communicate, Educate, Delegate, Participate, Hibernate, Evaluate, Amputate.
Create the right environment, atmosphere and group of people. This includes Larry’s famous 20-60-20 Principle.
The importance of communicating expectations.
What your people really need to be educated on, and how to do it.
Questions every leader should be asking himself before he delegates a task.
Are you involved, or do you hover? Includes Larry’s Rules for Rewarding.
When to trust and walk away, so your group can do what you’ve taught them and deliver what you expect from them.
What to judge, what you have no right to judge, and the stupidity of “constructive criticism.”
When to hang on to them, and when to cut them loose.