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10 Insights to Lead Inside the Box

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This presentation consists of highlights from the interview with Moe Abdou, founder & host of 33voices®.


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Mike Figliuolo Founder of ThoughtLEADERS @figliuolo Mike Figliuolo is the founder of ThoughtLEADERS, and believes practitioners make the best instructors and because he has a passion for people development and organizational improvement. He was recently named the Columbus, Ohio Small Business Leader of the Year for 2010 by the Columbus Chamber of Commerce and Business First.


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Insight #1 While Leadership is about making difficult choices, admired leaders hardly let their work drive them. Instead, they have a heightened sense of awareness that anchors the choices they make.


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Insight #2 Admired leaders understand that their ultimate responsibility is the wellbeing of their people — first and foremost.


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Insight #3 “If you want something new, you have to stop doing something old.” - Peter Drucker


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Insight #4 To ignite greatness in your team, you have to first understand the individual parts. Follow this matrix:


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Insight #5 The Exemplars are your highest achievers. Your overarching leadership goal is to retain and promote them. The two categories of Exemplars are:


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Insight #5 The Exemplars are your highest achievers. Your overarching leadership goal is to retain and promote them. The two categories of Exemplars are: The Rising Stars - Acknowledge their performance and position them for internal promotions.


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Insight #5 The Exemplars are your highest achievers. Your overarching leadership goal is to retain and promote them. The two categories of Exemplars are: The Domain Masters - Remove the obstacles from their way.


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Insight #6 The High Cost Producers achieve great results, but incur a lot of cost in the process. The two categories of High Cost Producers are:


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Insight #6 The High Cost Producers achieve great results, but incur a lot of cost in the process. The two categories of High Cost Producers are: The Squeaky Wheels - Inspire them to think for themselves


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Insight #6 The High Cost Producers achieve great results, but incur a lot of cost in the process. The two categories of High Cost Producers are: The Steamrollers - Help them achieve the results while reducing the friction they cause others


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Insight #7 The Passengers take up space in your organization but hardly pull their weight. The two categories of Passengers are:


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Insight #7 The Passengers take up space in your organization but hardly pull their weight. The two categories of Passengers are: The Stowaways - Clarify their responsibilities and manage them out of their role if they don’t meet your expectations


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Insight #7 The Passengers take up space in your organization but hardly pull their weight. The two categories of Passengers are: The Joyriders - Refocus their efforts on their core responsibilities


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Insight #8 8. The Detractors are simply not getting their job done. Demand rapid improvement, redeployment, or removal. The two types of Detractors are:


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Insight #8 8. The Detractors are simply not getting their job done. Demand rapid improvement, redeployment, or removal. The two types of Detractors are: The Square Pegs - Focus on filling their skill gaps or redeploy them to another role that’s better suited for their skill set


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Insight #8 8. The Detractors are simply not getting their job done. Demand rapid improvement, redeployment, or removal. The two types of Detractors are: The Slackers - Unlock their motivation


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Insight #9 “The most effective onboarding is styled as a boot camp that expedites acclimation to the company culture immerses reps in the product, the business, and the market; gives them a crash course in tools and process; drills them on the skills and lexicon they’ll need to use all the time; and aligns them around the same vision for the future.” - Peter Kazanjy on successful onboarding


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Insight #10 Asking the right question about the future is more powerful than having the right answer about the past.


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