A leader’s success depends upon the ability to accept and leverage difficult feedback.
Baltimore, MD (PRWEB) January 20, 2015
Whether it's strengthening an existing team, building one, or a need to understand why results are less than ideal, SHI(F)T is an owner’s manual on how to turn problem people (and situations) into powerful team players.
A leader’s success depends upon the ability to accept and leverage difficult feedback. Learn how to use feedback to drastically change the results from the team, colleagues, and employees. SHI(F)T: Turning Fecal Matter into Feedback that Matters provides the information necessary to turn difficult feedback into leadership gold.
According to the Harvard Business Review, “When senior HR executives were asked about their biggest performance management challenge, 63% cited managers’ inability or unwillingness to have difficult feedback discussions.”
Things are already changing for leaders who have downloaded SHI(F)T. Tom M. says, “I'm now open to hearing negative feedback, without being so defensive. Because of SHI(F)T, I learned how to objectively evaluate negative feedback.” Another reader shared, “One sentence that stuck out for me was ‘expectations as big as the tractor of happiness.’ After reading SHI(F)T, I know how to exit difficult conversations feeling empowered, rather than defeated because of unmet expectations.”
SHI(F)T’s author, Misti Burmeister adds, “People want to be part of courageous companies. They want to follow leaders who are willing to show their cards and ask for help. So what are you waiting for?” Download SHI(F)T: Turning Fecal Matter into Feedback that Matters at http://www.measurablegreatness.com/shift to learn how.
About Misti Burmeister
Ten years of professional speaking and coaching CEOs and other leaders have proven Misti's approach works. A Peter Drucker Essay finalist and included on the Washington Post’s best seller list, Misti is a force of nature, single-handedly shaking the noise out of leadership, amplifying authenticity and value. A serial innovator, she was an early subject matter expert on generational leadership prior to her groundbreaking work on “measurable greatness.” Follow her blog at http://www.measurablegreatness.com/blog and her podcast, “Provoking Your Greatness” on iTunes.
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