Training & Coaching

Steps to Management Success – Step 100: Explanations Don’t Need a Word Count

STEP ONE HUNDRED

Explanations Don’t Need a Word Count

Can the B.S.! You may be tempted to think that a forty-page report is twice as good as a twenty-page report, but that’s simply not true. Quality and quantity are two different things—and guess which one is king?

Steps to Management Success – Step 74: Get New Employees off to a Good Start

STEP SEVENTY-FOUR

Get New Employees off to a Good Start

Most companies spend a fraction of the time and effort to orient new employees that they do to recruit them. That’s a mistake. With the right kind of training and treatment, your orientation process can make a good first-day impression on your employee—and vice versa. You’ll have less turnover and probably get new employees up to speed more rapidly.

Steps to Management Success – Step 26: Change Is Mandatory, Growth Is Optional

STEP TWENTY-SIX

Change Is Mandatory, Growth Is Optional

This might be the least original law in this entire book, but it’s so important that I just couldn’t take the risk of leaving it out. Greek philosopher Heraclitus noted the constancy of change in life nearly 2,500 years ago—and what was true then is just as true today.

Steps to Management Success – Step 21: Everyone Is in Sales

STEP TWENTY-ONE

Everyone Is in Sales

A sales-centric company is a more successful company—and that begins by eliminating the all-too-prevalent “that’s not my department” mentality.

Steps to Management Success – Step 8: If Technology’s the Hare, then Employees Are the Tortoise

STEP EIGHT

If Technology’s the Hare, then Employees Are the Tortoise

Regardless of any new technology that you might be considering, keep in mind that the most important part of a successful business is a persuaded and prepared employee.

Steps to Management Success – Step 3: Relearn the English Language

STEP THREE

Relearn the English Language

When you’re dealing with people in your industry or profession, there are certain buzzwords and jargon that everyone knows and understands, and there’s no problem in using them. This puts you on the same page as everyone else, and it even helps reinforce relationships between industry insiders.

Coach your team to SUCCESS!

Does your work/class/sports team need some “pizzazz” in their work/education/sports? Sometimes, we need to educate our team about the core elements for fundamental success. These basic elements/steps can be applied to nearly every field out there. No one is born with the “tools” to succeed in life. Thus, you have to help your team develop these “tools” and apply them to succeed in life.


Roger Due

Investing in Your Destiny® & Coaching Program - Wealth Building Summit Dallas, Texas

My name is Roger Due and I am from Albuquerque, New Mexico and I am the owner of the Monsano software company. This has been an absolutely fantastic conference. This is the best I have ever been to.