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How can you cope with negative people at work who stand in the way of your progress? In this video, I tell you how to get along with difficult people so that they won’t stop you on your path to success.
We encounter both “enablers” and “disablers” in life and at work.
Some of your colleagues have a positive outlook. They’re up for new challenges, they welcome new ideas, and they want to move forward. I call them “enablers” because they enable you to reach your full potential by encouraging your growth
When it comes to planning for growth in your career, it’s important to think about whether you enjoy focusing more on the big picture or on intricate details.
Ask yourself this question as you set your career development goals: Would I rather work as a generalist or as a specialist? In this video, I talk about the differences between the two. I hope it helps you envision the career you want.
In this video, I suggest five key steps for working through an issue with your team:
1. define the problem
2. discuss the specific outcome you want
3. decide how much control you have over the outcome
4. come up with possible solutions
5. choose your path to the solution
We all know how bad a boring meeting can be. As a leader, it’s necessary for you to hold meetings, but a poorly-run meeting can be miserable and unproductive. In this video, I’ll give you some ground rules for meetings that you can follow to make them more successful.
When you lead a meeting, you want to do more than just tick off the items on your agenda--you want to make people feel comfortable and interested enough to share their ideas. Don’t want it to be a boring meeting? Engage your participants and get them involved! Be respectful of people’s time, validate their contributions, and learn how to encourage input from even your most quiet participants.
This video discusses the importance of mapping your professional network. Whatever it is you may need, you already know the people who can help you. By mapping your network, you identify what others can do for you and what you can do for them in return.
I share tips for building your network and treating your contacts with respect, categorizing the different groups of people you know, and reaching out to them effectively so you can help one another.
This video discusses how to earn respect as a leader and gain compliance from new teams. One of the signs of a good manager is in knowing when and how to set an example. By being strong, strict, and fair in setting the example, a manager establishes expectations, corrects unwanted behavior, and moves forward with more cohesion and less animosity.
By setting an example in a clear fashion you can earn your team's respect and have them work with you instead of against you.
I call this, "killing the chickens in front of the monkeys." This is how to earn respect as a leader.
Do you have a lack of motivation at work? Has the spark been lost?
What steps should you take to regain the passion for your work?
Well, first thing’s first. You need to start by identifying the problem areas.
Once you find out what’s making you feel unmotivated, you can use the circle of influence in order to separate these problem areas into things you can directly influence and things you can’t. By doing so, you can either work to change these aspects or accept things as they are.
Having been recruiting for 20 years, one of the most common questions I’m asked is ‘what should a CV include?’
Let me share with you the contents of a good CV.
Remember, an excellent resume or curriculum vitae (CV for short) is the first step to landing your dream job. If you get this part wrong all hopes will be dashed.
When it comes to talking to employees, you have to see them as people and not just your workers. You need to keep in mind that these are people and not machines. There are many things that the employer and company can offer to its employees including experience, discipline, and knowledge. However, the way they treat employees speaks mountains, especially in evaluations.
Stress. It’s something we’re all familiar with. Financial issues, an argument with a spouse, or even just a full inbox – we’ve all been there! So how can stress be managed and what is it exactly? In this video I’ll be talking about how to deal with personal challenges without stressing out and harming your health!
Being a great leader is for everybody who _decides_ to be so - it's a deliberate decision that you must live out in everything you do, at work and outside work
“Telematics as a car insurance product has never really taken off in the region, but there is a potential for a higher adoption rate with the right business model, says Mr Frederik Bisbjerg of Qatar Insurance Company. “
A reflection on what it takes to get more of what is good in your life, what makes you happy, and to reduce what's bad in your life, what makes you unhappy
The ’founding meeting’ of war room II aimed at identifying the full customer journey and experience and, based on the findings, narrow the war room focus down to one or two major areas – the areas with ‘most effect per hours spent adjusting’
I’d claim that the most disruptive force in (personal) insurance is the online aggregators that – to me – are online brokers, granting customers free access to quotes of ordinary car insurance products and maybe doing so in a freshly designed way - why don't we see more successful real insurtechs?
More and more managers turn to a new management style; management by WhatsApp, and there’s both advantages and disadvantages by doing so. Leaders will know the difference
The end of a project war room is the beginning of a new, more quiet, phase in the team - however, it's important to keep up the feeling of success and to prepare for the next phases of business and process development
With Amazon, Google, Tencent (WeChat) etc. as major distribution channels, the future of the traditional personal insurer is uncertain – add to this that one of the major product lines most probably will become obsolete during the next decade and you have all ingredients to promise the incumbents a bumpy ride going forward. This white paper discusses what incumbent insurers can do
Literally hundreds from my network and from all over the world have asked me "how the war room looks" so I made a picture showing the structure and brief explanations describing the contents and purpose of the room
Your colleagues are customers too, so these are the very people that disrupts your markets and driving profound changes in the way you need to create your future products and services. But internal disruption is not high on the management agenda