Tulsa Management Training | When You Hold People Accountable
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Ever wonder why things in your business keep not happening or wonder why the ball keeps being dropped when it comes to certain tasks getting accomplished. It sounds like you and your company are in need of a management “checkup” at the Tulsa management Training. Clay Staires and his team from the Leadership Initiative will be putting on training and will want to help your company get more efficiency and accountability. To sign up for this training, you can go to www.claystaires.com or dial 918-798-0852.
The goal and purpose of management are to bring organization and accountability into your company. If you are feeling like you are lacking either of these, this training is just for you. Clay and his team will be teaching the best practices of management and the importance of managers and owners needing to follow up with people in the company. When it comes to any layer in management, there should always be someone report to someone above them, unless you are the owner. Having the accountability loop in an organization will help with the ball getting dropped.
Any layer of management needs to be holding the people below them, or whoever they are in charge of, accountable for getting their tasks done on a daily basis. When you have a daily check-in, you are setting the standard for when things need to be accomplished, and you are communicating to the workers below you that what you told them to do is actually important and that you will be checking in to make sure they got done what was needed to be accomplished. This will help your organization as a whole find the slackers so that you can get rid of them ad higher better people, while also knowing great people in your company that you can move up.
This leads us into the importance of needing to do a weekly group interview for your company. Once you start implementing daily accountability, you will begin to find the people who are not doing their job very quickly and you will want to replace them as soon as possible. If you are not doing a weekly group interview, then you have no idea what is out there and if an A player is out there. When you hold an A player accountable, they enjoy telling what they have accomplished, while B and C players get nervous of the manager checking in because they most likely didn’t get their task accomplished.
Signing up for the Tulsa management training is easy, all you have to do is go online to www.claystaires.com or call 918-798-0852. Going online you will be able to see and learn more about Clay Staires and his team from the Leadership Initiative. There will also be testimonials from other business owners and managers on the site for you to read and even watch. Make sure to sign up as soon as you can to reserve your seat at the training.
Tulsa Management Training | Worker vs. Manager
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Whenever you are in a management position, it is normal for people to hate you. Of course, you are the person who has to tell people what they can and cannot do while also making sure that everyone gets what they need to get done, done. At the Tulsa management training, we will be training on how to be the most efficient and greatest manager there is out there. Clay Staires and his team from the leadership Initiative will be putting on this training in Jenks, Oklahoma off the Riverwalk. To sign up, you can go to www.claystaires.com or call 918-798-0852.
Clay Staires is notoriously known for his ability to teach, train, and get people from where they are to where they want to be. Clay and his team will be teaching on new concepts about management that are foreign to most, but if you are wanting to become the best manager there is, then you will have no problem taking on this new mindset. Clay’s coined phrase is, “how you think is the most important thing about you.” However, you think is how you will act. If you are wanting to change the results that you see, then you have to change the way that you think.
Creating a new way of thinking will have to come with replacing the current way you think. Management is more than just telling people what to do, it is all about mentorship. Managers are over specific people, aka the workers, with an intention to make the company money by making sure that tasks that are on there to do list get done every day. This comes with having to check in regularly, holding people accountable for getting things done, and micromanaging the daily. Many managers want to be the cool manager where they aren’t nagging, let people do what they want, and if things don’t get accomplished, then they take the heat or get it done.
At the Tulsa management training, Clay and the Leadership initiative will be teaching on the importance of being a manager that is in every aspect of what is happening with your workers. You need to be able to check their temperament when they walk in, but you must be able to set the attitude in the office by your positive attitude. People are looking for someone to follow and you, as their superior, set the tone for the day and the atmosphere for the office. To see change, you truly do have to be the change. Also, as the manager, no matter what is going on with you outside of work has to stay on the outside of work. The job of the manager is to keep the organization and to hold everyone accountable. To make sure that happens, then you have to leave your emotions and drama at the door.
To find out more information about the Tulsa management training, you can go to www.claystaires.com or call 918-798-0852. On the website, you will be able to read more about Clay Staires and the Leadership initiative. You will also be able to watch video testimonials from other clients who have attended the training in the past and how it has benefited them. To reserve your spot, you can go online, or you can call. When you call, you will be speaking with one of the team members from the leadership initiative. You can ask them any questions you have, and they will be happy to help you. Don’t delay, sign up and save your spot today!