Why are some leaders able to quickly grow their business or advance their careers while others are working hard, but never really make the forward progress they know they’re capable of?
Why are some leaders able to build high performing, loyal teams within their businesses while others are consistently losing their best people and having to go through the hiring and training process all over again?
And, why are some leaders able to consistently get the results they’re shooting for from their team while others have to deal with disappointment after disappointment?
Some of you are pretty good at what you do. Maybe you’ve heard that good is the enemy of great. In this video series I'm going to unpack what truly separates the great managers from those that are simply good.