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Is this you? Seven Habits of Highly Ineffective Managers from Mindflash [Infographic]

August 30, 2011 - 1 Comment

Source: Mindflash (click on image to visit their site)

Are you one of these managers? The folks at Mindflash have put together dysfunction at-a-glance that is essential reading if you manage people.

See the entire graphic here.

You don’t have to be a bad manager! We have some of the best and brightest – including Ken Blanchard – who have created some terrific WebEx sessions for us on the essentials of good management. These are available to watch at any time, simply click and go and the webinar will play on your computer. Just click on the titles below to get started.

Lead with LUV: A Different Way to Create Real Success
Listen to best-selling business author Ken Blanchard and Southwest Airlines president emeritus Colleen Barrett for an extraordinary, wide-ranging conversation on the leadership secrets that have propelled Southwest Airlines (stock symbol: LUV) and other great companies to unprecedented business success.  Drawing from their new business book, Lead with LUV, these two legendary leaders share what “leading with love” means, why it works, and how it can help you achieve unprecedented business performance.

How to be a Great Leader: Five Key Attributes
Most organizations have enjoyed lower turnover over the last several quarters, yet retention is still top of mind as the economic recovery continues. “Great leaders keep great people” is an easy idea to agree on, but how to identify and develop great leaders is a difficult question to answer. Watch this webinar, sponsored by Cornerstone OnDemand, to hear some solutions from Hal Adler. He leads a discussion on the five specific attributes that differentiate great leaders from the rest: self-awareness, bravery, kindness, innovation and inspiration.

Four Leadership Behaviors that Build or Destroy Trust
Trust continues to be identified as a missing ingredient in today’s workplace. As surveys show, only a small percentage of today’s workers strongly agree that they trust their leaders. To ensure high levels of organizational performance, leaders need to tackle trust head-on. The key is to demonstrate the behaviors people most associate with trust. In this webinar, Blanchard Trust Practice Leader Randy Conley will show you how leaders can improve the levels of trust in their organization by identifying potential gaps that trip up even the best of leaders.

A Primer for New Managers: Respect, Trust and Accountability
Stepping into the role of a new manager—or taking on a new group of people is a challenge for even the most seasoned of professionals. Making the move from an individual contributor to supervising the work of others brings a whole host of new challenges. Now, you have to think of both your own work and the work of others. Relationships change also as you make the transition from co-worker to boss. In this webinar, Blanchard Senior Consulting Partner Ann Phillips will show you how to master three basic competencies—Respect, Trust, and Accountability. All three areas need to be successfully navigated if you expect your team to produce at a high level.

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  1. There is also a 8th habbit, Which is if the Manager constantly favors one employee, it will leave the other employees disgruntled.