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Manager Tools Basics

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Rank #197 in Management & Marketing category

Business
Management & Marketing
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Manager Tools Basics are the 23 core curriculum casts we recommend to professionals wanting to improve as managers. They cover the 4 parts of the Manager Tools Trinity: Know Your People with One on Ones. Talk About Performance with Feedback. Ask For More with Coaching.  Push Work Down with Delegation.  Start here before progressing on to the 500+ casts of all of Manager Tools.

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Manager Tools Basics are the 23 core curriculum casts we recommend to professionals wanting to improve as managers. They cover the 4 parts of the Manager Tools Trinity: Know Your People with One on Ones. Talk About Performance with Feedback. Ask For More with Coaching.  Push Work Down with Delegation.  Start here before progressing on to the 500+ casts of all of Manager Tools.

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Profound resource!

By mkduran - Oct 13 2016
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Because the results are profound! Thanks for consolidating these fundamental casts to one channel!

One of the best

By eahiv - Jan 22 2013
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This podcast is a great tool for bettering your management and leadership skills.

iTunes Ratings

99 Ratings
Average Ratings
82
7
3
3
4

Profound resource!

By mkduran - Oct 13 2016
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Because the results are profound! Thanks for consolidating these fundamental casts to one channel!

One of the best

By eahiv - Jan 22 2013
Read more

This podcast is a great tool for bettering your management and leadership skills.

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Manager Tools Basics

Updated 20 days ago

Rank #197 in Management & Marketing category

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Manager Tools Basics are the 23 core curriculum casts we recommend to professionals wanting to improve as managers. They cover the 4 parts of the Manager Tools Trinity: Know Your People with One on Ones. Talk About Performance with Feedback. Ask For More with Coaching.  Push Work Down with Delegation.  Start here before progressing on to the 500+ casts of all of Manager Tools.

Rank #1: Giving Effective Feedback - Part 1 (Updated)

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In this week's podcast, Mike and Mark share a technique managers can use to give feedback to their team members. Feedback is the most frequently-used tool of effective managers. What is feedback? Feedback shows someone the impact of their behavior, allowing them to change ineffective actions or continue doing things that help the team achieve its goals.

Jul 18 2005
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Rank #2: One on Ones - Part 3 (Updated)

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Mark and Mike finish their discussion on the single most effective management tool - the one-on-one.

Jul 04 2005
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Rank #3: The Art of Delegation - Part 1 (Updated)

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Today, Mark and I discuss the topic of Delegation. There probably isn't a management book out there that doesn't talk about the importance of delegation. However, very seldom does the author get into the type of detail we'll discuss today. Today, we cover the "how to" ... how to determine what and to whom to delegate and specifically what specific steps to take when delegating to an individual.

Aug 22 2005
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Rank #4: Rolling Out the Manager Tools’ Trinity - Part 1

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This cast describes how to gradually implement Manager Tools’ Management Trinity (One on Ones, Feedback, Coaching - and Delegation!). We’ve been asked a thousand questions about what to do and when to do it when it comes to the Management Trinity, and we’ve finally gotten frustrated enough to do something about it. We assumed that [...]

Aug 18 2008
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Rank #5: Giving Effective Feedback - Part 2 (Updated)

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In this week's podcast, Mike and Mark share a technique managers can use to give feedback to their team members. Feedback is the most frequently-used tool of effective managers. What is feedback? Feedback shows someone the impact of their behavior, allowing them to change ineffective actions or continue doing things that help the team achieve its goals.

Jul 18 2005
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Rank #6: Effective Meetings - Get Out of Jail!

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How to do you feel about most of the meetings you attend? Are they productive, or generally considered a waste of time? Do you attend too many meetings? How do others value the meetings *you* run? If you are like most managers we know, your experience in running and participating in meetings is less than ideal.

Aug 01 2005
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Rank #7: Questions and Answers on One-on-Ones

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In today's show we continue our conversation on one-on-ones. In addition to a brief review (very brief -- not a substitute for listening to the previous two shows!), we review a number of questions and finer points.

Jul 10 2005
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Rank #8: Giving Effective Feedback - Part 3 (Updated)

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In this week's podcast, Mike and Mark share a technique managers can use to give feedback to their team members. Feedback is the most frequently-used tool of effective managers. What is feedback? Feedback shows someone the impact of their behavior, allowing them to change ineffective actions or continue doing things that help the team achieve its goals.

Jul 18 2005
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Rank #9: Giving Effective Feedback - Part 4 (Updated)

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In this week's podcast, Mike and Mark share a technique managers can use to give feedback to their team members. Feedback is the most frequently-used tool of effective managers. What is feedback? Feedback shows someone the impact of their behavior, allowing them to change ineffective actions or continue doing things that help the team achieve its goals.

Jul 18 2005
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Rank #10: The Art of Delegation - Part 2 (Updated)

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Today, Mark and I discuss the topic of Delegation. There probably isn't a management book out there that doesn't talk about the importance of delegation. However, very seldom does the author get into the type of detail we'll discuss today. Today, we cover the "how to" ... how to determine what and to whom to delegate and specifically what specific steps to take when delegating to an individual.

Aug 22 2005
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Rank #11: Effective Meetings - Part Two

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Today we cover the second in our series on effective meetings.

Aug 08 2005
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Rank #12: Improve Your Feedback

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It's been quite a while since we talked about feedback. We think one of the reasons for that is that there's some negativity to it. What we mean by that is that one on ones are an easy winner. It's about your team member, they want more time with you, a half hour with you every week seems too good to be true. And, if you've stuck to it, you've noticed improvements in areas that go beyond just employee relationships. Maybe they're kind of hard on your schedule INITIALLY, but they're perceived positively.

Feb 17 2006
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Rank #13: Effective Meetings - There’s More!

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Today we wrap-up our conversation on effective meetings, as well as answer some listener questions on meetings, one-on-ones, and feedback.

Aug 16 2005
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Rank #14: The Juggling Koan

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Mark recently blogged with our first ever management koan, "What Would An Effective Manager Do?" In this cast, we share the answer.

Jan 14 2007
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Rank #15: Feedback - Revisited!

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We've gotten a great many questions, comments, and kudos for our show in July on the Feedback Model. Many listeners are discovering the power of feedback, of taking it out of the realm of the rare and into the stream of the every day. Not to sound repetitive, but most managers see feedback as akin to holding their breath - waiting as long as possible, and then creating a lot of sound and often fury. The Feedback Model tells us to see feedback like breathing - so regular as to become unnoticed.Many of you have written asking questions about how to counter some of the typical responses to the feedback you give. "What do I do or say when they tell me they'll 'think about it'? What if they SAY they'll make the change, only to continue in their ineffective behavior patterns? As you might imagine, we've dealt with these issues before, and this show talks about the approach to take, and once again, gives you SPECIFIC things to say and why they work.We do a brief review of the feedback model at the front of the cast, but still encourage you to give a listen to our original cast, in the July Archives

Oct 10 2005
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Rank #16: The Coaching Model Revised - Part 2

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In this cast, we complete our discussion of the Revised Manager Tools Coaching Model.

Jul 19 2009
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Rank #17: The Coaching Model Revised - Part 1

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This cast describes the Manager Tools Revised Coaching Model.

Jul 12 2009
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Rank #18: Rolling Out the Manager Tools’ Trinity - Part 4

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This cast includes Part 4 of our discussion on how to implement the Manager Tools’ Management Trinity (One on Ones, Feedback, Coaching).

Sep 07 2008
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Rank #19: Rolling Out the Manager Tools’ Trinity - Part 3

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This cast includes Part 3 of our discussion on how to implement the Manager Tools’ Management Trinity (One on Ones, Feedback, Coaching).

Aug 31 2008
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Rank #20: Rolling Out the Manager Tools’ Trinity - Part 2

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This cast includes Part 2 of our discussion on how to implement the Manager Tools’ Management Trinity (One on Ones, Feedback, Coaching - and Delegation!).

Aug 24 2008
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