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Video: Why is "Multipliers" important in 2020
There is more pressure for leaders to deliver results in 2020 than ever before. Leaders are challenged with “we can’t hire but need to grow,” or “we need everyone’s best, but people are burned out.” Watch this video with Liz Wiseman to discover how becoming a Multiplier can help achieve many of the challenges facing leaders today.
Video: What are some examples of accidental Diminisher tendencies?
Most leaders are not trying to bring out the worst in their teams. In fact, the hard part about being a Diminisher is that it usually happens by accident.
Video: Can everyone be classified as a Diminisher or a Multiplier?
Diminishers and Multipliers are not always so easily identified. For example, a manager with positive intentions could actually have a diminishing effect. In this video, Liz Wiseman shares how hard it can be for leaders to see when they are accidentally diminishing.
Video: Any advice if I report to a Diminisher?
Liz Wiseman explains what do you do if you find yourself working for a diminisher.
Video: How did the concept of Multipliers come about?
Watch this video with Liz Wiseman to learn how leaders how did the concept of Multipliers come about. Contact us today to learn how you can help leaders in your organization become Multipliers. WhatsApp us at +971 50 619 3120 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Video: How can I improve and become a multiplier? - "Offer bigger challenges"
Leaders who are Multipliers believe that people get smarter and stronger when they’re challenged. Instead of giving people more work, which is exhausting, they give people harder work, which is exhilarating. Watch this video with Liz Wiseman to learn how leaders in your organization can lay down challenges in ways that attract people to offer their full intelligence and capability.
Video: How can I improve and become a multiplier? - "Create space for others"
Multiplier leaders know how to moderate their contribution. They know how to play big, but they also know how to retreat and make space for other people to contribute. In this video, Liz Wiseman explains the Multiplier concept of creating space for others.
Video: How can I improve and become a multiplier? - "Look for genius"
Everyone has a natural genius—something they do exceptionally well and naturally—whether they have identified and applied it or not. In this video, Liz Wiseman talks about how multiplier leaders identify their people’s natural genius and find ways to put the genius to work for the benefit of the entire organization.
Video: How can I improve and become a multiplier? - "Ask better questions"
Asking effective questions is a foundational Multiplier skill and requires choosing questions that focus others’ intelligence and genius on the right problem to solve. Watch this video with Liz Wiseman to discover how leaders in your organizations can hold these important conversations. Contact us today to learn how you can help leaders in your organization become Multipliers.
Video: What do multipliers tend to do?
Do you remember a leader who brought out the best in you? What were some of their behaviors?
Video: What do diminishing leaders tend to do?
Do you have individuals in your organization who are smart and capable, but around certain leaders, they hold back or don’t progress?