Motivational Words for Leaders and Managers - from Banker's U Training

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Motivational Words for Leaders and Managers - from Banker's U Training

  1. 1. Emerge as a Great Leader Motivational Words for Managers and Leaders Training – Marketing – Consulting 707-338-2886
  2. 2. Presented by John DeGaetanoCertified Business Advisor
  3. 3. The following presentation includes words to inspire you.As a manager and leader you are constantly challenged with tough decisions, so following through on those decisions and learning from mistakes is the main component of… a great leader.
  4. 4. Please NoteThis presentation is designed for you to view the information at a reasonable pace and at the same time give you a chance to take notes of inspiration that may apply to your specific business or job title.Please pause the video if you need more time for discussion.
  5. 5. What are the virtues of a true leader?www.bnkrsu.com
  6. 6. Are leaders born or made?www.bnkrsu.com
  7. 7. Can you learn to be a leader?www.bnkrsu.com
  8. 8. There are those who look at things the way they are, and ask why... I dream of things that never were, and ask why not? Robert Kennedywww.bnkrsu.com
  9. 9. The best executive is the one who has sense enough to pick good men to do what he wants done, and self-restraint to keep from meddling with them while they do it. Theodore Rooseveltwww.bnkrsu.com
  10. 10. But… to motivate as a great manager and leader - is it more than just “picking good men or women” to get the job done?www.bnkrsu.com
  11. 11. Your Thoughtswww.bnkrsu.com
  12. 12. Discover Your Leadership Potentialwww.bnkrsu.com
  13. 13. A Closer Look Whether you are a small time entrepreneur, department manager or the CEO of a large corporation, you cannot escape the daily challenges of business.www.bnkrsu.com
  14. 14. You may be equipped with adequate resources, but without determination and drive… “the motivation” - you will not be able to take on new challenges or build on existing ones.www.bnkrsu.com
  15. 15. This image is a mosaic of employees within a company. Although we can’t see exactly what they’re doing in each individual frame, their change in outcomes or image can change the entire landscape of the overall company picture.www.bnkrsu.com
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  17. 17. Motivation is the art of getting people to do what you want them to do because they want to do it. Dwight D. Eisenhowerwww.bnkrsu.com
  18. 18. Start Here… Building Team Inspiration Desired Team Results Inspiredwww.bnkrsu.com
  19. 19. Group Breakout Session Leaders You Admire  Objective - Find leadership characteristics through personal experience. Split into groups.  Activity - Share a story about the best or most influential leader you have encountered. Identify leadership characteristics by asking the question: “What was it that made this person such an effective leader?” Then as a group, identify the traits that all the leaders seemed to share.  Discussion - List common characteristics and what makes a good leader? What about the worst leaders you have encountered?www.bnkrsu.com
  20. 20. The quality of a leader is reflected in the standards they set for themselves. Ray Kroc Catch on fire with enthusiasm and people will come from miles to watch your burn. John Wesley Success is going from failure to failure without losing your enthusiasm. Abraham Lincolnwww.bnkrsu.com
  21. 21. Definitions Motivation - is the set of reasons that determines one to engage in a particular behavior. Goals - an objective or projected state of affairs that a person or a system plans or intends to achieve—a personal or organizational desired end-point in some sort of assumed development.www.bnkrsu.com
  22. 22. In the end, all business operations can be reduced to three words: people, product and profits. Unless youve got a good team, you cant do much with the other two Lee Iacocca Motivate them, train them, care about them, and make winners out of them... theyll treat the customers right. And if customers are treated right, theyll come back. J. Marriott Jr.www.bnkrsu.com
  23. 23. Business Operations People Product Profits Motivated If your staff is motivated… then, they become easy to train and easy to coach… Train Coachwww.bnkrsu.com
  24. 24. Leadership Dos and Donts If you aspire to be a great leader, here are a few things that you should be aware of… for in a growing company many will look to you for guidance. If leadership doesnt come naturally for you, then you’ll need to get up to speed on a few basic dos and donts to effectively tackle issues.www.bnkrsu.com
  25. 25. The “Do’s” Building Your Leadership Skills Exceed Your Model Creativity Own Standards & Risk-taking Encourage Be Equitable Initiativewww.bnkrsu.com
  26. 26. Overview of Do’s and Don’ts Do . . . Exceed Your Own Standards Most leaders set high standards for their employees. But successful leaders personally exceed the standards they set for others. If you give your employees reason to question your willingness or ability to abide by the standards you have set for them, their confidence in your leadership skills will plummet and your business could be in jeopardy. Do . . . Model Creativity & Risk-taking Leaders model the behaviors they want to see in their employees. Creativity and risk-taking are critical qualities in a growing business, but your employees will be hesitant to apply them until they see you engaging in them first.www.bnkrsu.com
  27. 27. Overview of Do’s and Don’ts Do . . . Encourage Initiative Effective leaders encourage initiative in others. If your employees dont feel as though they have your permission to take the initiative from time to time – they wont. And before long, you will find yourself pigeon-holed into the role of a micro- manager rather than a true leader. Do . . . Be Equitable As the companys owner, you have to maintain equity in your dealings with employees and clients. However, being equitable doesnt mean that everyone has the same responsibilities or receives the same rewards. It simply means that rewards should be based on performance and level of responsibility rather than who tells the best jokes in the lunch room.www.bnkrsu.com
  28. 28. With Do’s… get to the point immediately; Keep it interesting and be specific www.bnkrsu.com
  29. 29. Don’tswww.bnkrsu.com
  30. 30. Overview of Do’s and Don’ts Dont . . . Play Armchair Quarterback If youre looking for a way to frustrate your employees, dont offer them any advice about how to complete a task and then criticize their approach after the fact. No one likes an armchair quarterback, so unless the outcome is unacceptable, try to resist the urge to tell employees how you would have done it differently. Dont . . . Humiliate Employees in Public Leaders carry the responsibility of enforcing discipline and holding employees accountable for their mistakes. But when its time to discuss difficult issues with an employee, do yourself a favor and make sure the conversation happens behind closed doors. In addition to degrading both you and your employee, public humiliation undermines morale and reflects poorly on your leadership skills.www.bnkrsu.com
  31. 31. Overview of Do’s and Don’ts Dont . . . Shift Blame for Your Mistakes Some leaders refuse to accept responsibility for their mistakes because they believe it is a sign of weakness. But thats a big mistake. The strongest leaders are those who admit their mistakes instead of shifting blame to others, and in so doing, earn the respect of their employees. Dont . . . Dwell on Mistakes Mistakes are not usually a reflection of poor leadership ability. But the inability to get past your employees mistakes . . . Thats a different story. Address mistakes, talk about how to avoid them next time, and move on. Constant reminders about past failures discourage employees and make it difficult for them to see how they can redeem themselves going forward.www.bnkrsu.com
  32. 32. Patience, persistence and perspiration make an unbeatable combination for success. Napoleon Hillwww.bnkrsu.com
  33. 33. On Business Just the opposite of this image… The only way to know how customers view your business is to hear their experiences, speak their language and look at it through their eyes. John DeGaetanowww.bnkrsu.com
  34. 34. On Business The Key to Success is…www.bnkrsu.com
  35. 35. is building…www.bnkrsu.com
  36. 36. …and working together!www.bnkrsu.com
  37. 37. so there you have it…
  38. 38. Are there any questions
  39. 39. a little something about us… Banker’s U is the Training, Marketing and Consulting resource for building performance. Certified Business Advisors have years of “hands on” business operations experience. We listen… and come packed with knowledge, wisdom and objectivity Real world practical solutions to all types of clients – we create custom training, presentations, mentoring and profit building strategies that are actionable and results driven to suit your needs Contact Us at 707-338-2886
  40. 40. For the full version of this presentationPlease contact usPlease note: Nothing in this presentation can be used orreproduced whole or in part without the express consentof Banker’s U. Please contact us for more information. Banker’s U is a training branch of: John DeGaetano Productions For licensing and other considerations Visit our Website: johndegaetanoproductions.com Copyright All Rights Reserved Amazon Author Page: amazon.com/author/johndegaetano
  41. 41. Thank You!

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