10 Success Secrets of Great Managers

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10 Success Secrets of Great Managers

What do great managers do?  RCI has partnered with over 200 companies and so we have learned from and taught the best. In addition, we studied the research on management effectiveness and derailment. For example, communication is a key indicator of greatness. This is a weakness of many managers. However, it is not about presentations although great managers learn to do that well. Great managers listen better and demonstrate genuine compassion. As James Hume declared, “The Art of Communication is the Language of Leadership.”

This Real Time Learning and Training Module dynamically teaches the 10 Success Secrets of Great Managers.  In addition, it will give examples and ideas how to follow-through on each as well. Keep an open mind, learn intently, and act with positive influence. You will be on your way to greatness.

This module includes:

  • A Leadership Greatness Assessment to identify your strengths and growth areas for reaching the success you desire. Take an honest look at what you are doing well and what might get in the way of your goals.
  • An action-packed article that specifically defines the success secrets and explains how to execute them positively.
  • In addition, the video training presents a high energy review about the differences between the worst and best managers. And provides evidence and examples related to the 10 success secrets of great managers.

Finally, this RealTime Learning & Training 30-minute microlearning module focuses you on proven and practical steps that will improve your personal effectiveness and results. RCI has taught these skills to thousands of people worldwide. You will be challenged to change your thinking and behavior for the better.

3 reviews for 10 Success Secrets of Great Managers

  1. Patrick Loke

    Agree with all your 10 pointers. I just like to add one more. The Ownership. The manager, as well as the team, must have full ownership of the work process and output. It is as in treating their work with due diligence as though it is for their home/ family affairs.

    • Rick Conlow

      Hi Patrick!
      Thanks for the support. I like the addition! Excellent.

  2. John Obinna

    Happy to join you.
    God bless

  3. Dickson Sedzi

    “If you want your team to be better, you must be a better leader.” Leaders must keep on learning.

    • Rick Conlow

      Hi Dickson:
      I see it all the time. Managers that keep learning, keep excelling in their jobs. Take care.

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