Join Todd Dewett for an in-depth discussion in this video Adopting the results mindset, part of Managing for Results.
- Achieving strong results on a consistent basis…is a way of thinking, just as much…as it's a set of skills.…So let's consider several of the most…common aspects of the results mindset.…The first is a "love of the craft of managing."…As you push the team, you also have to push yourself.…One part of leading is using your expertise…to "model productive behaviors" for the team.…The other part is working hard…to "build new expertise and skill."…The more they see you stretch and grow,…the more they'll feel compelled to follow your lead.…
Next, is "high personal and team standards."…What I mean here is that if your goals…for the team are high, your personal efforts…and personal successes must be equally impressive.…Any time you ask others to really step up,…you have to show through your efforts…and your wins that you're stepping up too.…The third aspect is a "modest respect for bureaucracy."…Let me be clear, I'm not suggesting…that you disregard rules or policies,…but we've all heard the old saying that…"rules are meant to be broken."…
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