Some leaders intuitively pull the right people together and manage them brilliantly. But intuition isn’t scalable or teachable. Instead, most managers are left flailing in the dark, without much to guide them.
Talent optimization is a different way to think about people. It’s a framework for understanding yourself, others, and teams—in relation to the business strategy—so you can make objective decisions.
Once you start practicing talent optimization, you’ll never go back to “the old way” of leading.
When employees are unhappy, it creates a lot more work for leadership.
Setting the direction and inspiring followership all while you’re experiencing the same COVID challenges isn’t easy. But it’s your job to make sure your teams perform despite these obstacles.
So you put on your game face — and you put out fires as they arise. Lots of times it feels like you’re in the constant problem-solving mode.
But things are about to change for the better.