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Remote work: Sugar coated poison?
Your First Line Managers are driving without a license
What you don't learn in management classes
My first leadership lesson
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In this episode you will learn about: The path to coaching and a bit of background with Nir and Lynette. Having a great coach that got Lynette “hooked”. Being the 1a and 1b and sharing the same vision and commitment. Sharing common values to be grounded in coaching. Build a leadership program based on research and data Their research showed a Pervasive loneliness with individuals. Key principles. Building community. Less speaking or more space. to coach. Everyone brings a topic Conducts Experiments. Applies the learnings right away. The Check In – How do you feel right now (not ok for Fine / Good). Creating a space to connect with other humans. Fishbowl coaching. The magical coaching question to a new time coach “What about this challenge is particularly difficult for this person right now?”. Getting to step out of the fray of the job and discuss their challenges in a safe place. The great feedback they’ve been getting. Being relentless learners.
In this episode, we speak with Nir Meganzi and Lynette Winter – two of Intel’s (Fortune 500) leadership coaches.In late 2018 Lynette and Nir, two senior leadership coaches with extensive experience, were recruited by Intel’s senior management to envision and create a leadership coaching program to invest in the company’s managers.For those unfamiliar with Intel, it’s the world’s largest semiconductor chip manufacturer, ranked No. 45 in the Fortune 500 list of the largest US corporations.What do Nir and Lynette do? They coach Intel’s managers, helping them lead through empathy and become the type of leaders that people want to follow.
In this episode with talk with Nir Megnazi about the importance of listening and how we as leaders can better our listening skills.
1. There are 4 questions you can always answer to understand your next steps – who are your customers/clients – how do they define success – what is their biggest challenge – how can you help them2. Caring is the one behavior that will guide you through decision making. Care for your customer and your team and all answers will result from it3. Your role as a new manager or team leader is not just to generate results. It is first to build a team that can generate results with quality, quantity and consistency over a long period of time.