Truthful, Specific and Positive Feedback

Rene' Boer People

In my last post I helped you understand the importance of giving your direct reports both genuine praise and helpful criticism. Today, I want to elaborate on how to give genuine praise. I recently attended the 2nd Annual Conference for Companies Running on EOS, held in Minneapolis.  It was my privilege to speak on the topic of being a great …

See Something? Say Something!

Rene' Boer Insights

You can’t be a Great Boss if you shy away from giving feedback, either positive or negative. Today’s message is about the importance of both praise and criticism. In other words, when you see something, you must say something! When asked about feedback, most employees say they would prefer it to be positive – no surprise there. But what may …

Getting What You Want?

Clark Neuhoff Vision

  To our clients, you know what we do.  But it occurred to us, some of our colleagues and friends may not know exactly what it is we do all day and are so passionate about.  So here is a short video that explains as simply as we possible can how we help business owners and entrepreneurs get what they …

3 Ways to Develop Your People

Rene' Boer People

During quarterly conversations when you get to “next steps”, have a meaningful conversation around developing the right people who are in the right seats, which I believe is the number one people issue.  This was pointed out recently in an EOS session when a member of the leadership team said that he was spending most of his valuable time as …

Having Quarterly Conversations – Part 2

Rene' Boer People

  Accountability starts by keeping expectations clear. This is a two-way street, where your direct reports are crystal clear on your expectations of them, and just as importantly, you’re clear on their expectations of you. George Bernard Shaw said that the problem with communication is the illusion that it’s actually occurred. In a quarterly conversation, at a higher level, we …