They didn’t get an extra 20 hours in the week to manage and seem to be struggling to fit it all in.
You provide them with training opportunities – management 101, toolkits on how to manage better, and while they’re trying, nothing really seems to change.
Regardless of the training you provide, if someone doesn’t know how to motivate, or how to communicate & build relationships in a way that resonates, all the management toolkits in the world won’t move the needle enough to count.
To be a great manager, you have to understand how the people in your team are motivated, and ultimately, what they need in order to do their best work.
However, often the way to get that insight is over a period of time, during which you risk lower levels of productivity and engagement.
So enters the behavioural map, which produces a “paint by numbers” management checklist, supported by an instant access online programme, for fast, personal insight into exactly how to manage each and every team member.
So, what do your managers get?
A one page overview of each and every team member, and insight into exactly what they need to be their most motivated, and perform at the top of their game.
Not only do your managers get access to the “at a glance” behavioural map wheel to quickly figure out the dominant behaviours of each team member, but they also get personalised management recommendations tailored to each person, and key management tools & techniques to get the very best out of every person in their team.
Essentially, a manual on how to manage each person in their team, for maximum performance.
Sometimes managers don’t have time to tailor one to one communication, in fact a lot of the time they don’t, so we created a way for them to be able to quickly assess dominant bhevaiours across their whole team, so that they can play to the majority when time calls for it.
We provide every manager with a simple, two page overview of their entire team so they can quickly see where team strengths and blindspots are, and then use this to craft communication messages, motivate and engage, design management approaches, and essentially get quick insight into the right team wide management angle, in any given scenario.
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