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Lead Your Team

Learn how to lead your team. If you're like most entrepreneurs, you have little to no formal management training. So figuring out how to lead your team can feel frustrating, overwhelming and even daunting. If you know it's time to learn how to be a better boss, you've found the perfect coach-in-a-podcast to get you there. Each week, Entrepreneurial Management Expert and Mentor, Kris Plachy will share simple practices you can implement as a business owner and leader to improve how well you lead your team. Whether you're just building your business or have been in business for some time, Kris will offer insights that help you determine who to hire, who to fire, how to set and reinforce expectations and how to get the most out of your team efforts. Your business matters and has important work to do in the world. Don't let the frustration and confusion you experience with your team slow you down. Together, we'll make sure you learn the vital tools that will help you feel more confident and capable as a leader so you master achieving great results through your team members. Kris coaches female entrepreneurs leading 7 & 8 figure businesses. To learn more about working with her, go to www.krisplachy.com.
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Feb 24, 2020

Let’s talk about the five types of expectations women should have and implement in their businesses. By setting clear expectations, leaders can do a better job of achieving improved results and holding their team members accountable.

What you'll find in this episode:

  1. The manual is a set of rules that you have for other people that you believe are true and that you hold other people to.
  2. Expectations are those behaviors that you expect of people who work for you that are based on the values of your business -- and you DO communicate them.
  3. Standards are measurable policies and rules. They’re black and white and are born out of the values and expectations.
  4. Key performance measures for every role in your company.
  5. Individual goals.
  6. The majority of the issues we have in a business, when it comes to “team,” is behavior, not skill set.
  7. You have to set expectations regarding behavior because that also sets the tone for your culture.

Visit: The Lead Your Team Podcast for show notes and available downloads.

© 2020 Kris Plachy

Feb 17, 2020

Some people just seem to have all the luck. But what if it isn’t luck? What if it’s just a pattern? Once you recognize it, you can change it. Here’s how.

What you'll find in this episode:

  1. How patterns with money affect your life.
  2. Some time patterns that many of us deal with.
  3. Patterns with your team and your business.
  4. About the shiny object syndrome.
  5. What are the patterns with YOU?

Visit: The How to Lead Podcast for show notes and available downloads.

© 2020 Kris Plachy

Feb 10, 2020

This month the podcast is about you as a boss, and today in particular is about your point of view. Your point of view influences the results you get from those you manage as well as how you invest in people.

What you'll find in this episode:

  1. My hypothesis on how to help leaders.
  2. One of the first core areas of understanding I want everyone to have.
  3. What happens when you don’t have a mechanism of awareness to supervise your own point of view.
  4. Where your point of view and values come from.
  5. “Common sense is what YOU think is common.”
  6. Your mind is your most powerful, yet least utilized, performance tool.

Visit: The How to Lead Podcast for show notes and available downloads.

© 2020 Kris Plachy

Feb 3, 2020

Being able to delegate properly is a superpower. Here’s a short checklist to help you master that skill.

What you'll find in this episode:

  1. A short delegation checklist.
  2. Determine if the job or task is tactical or strategic.
  3. Write it out. Here’s what I want done. Here’s the result I want. Be specific.
  4. The three steps to properly assigning a task to someone.
  5. Why follow up is essential.
  6. The importance of giving feedback.

Visit: The How to Lead Podcast for show notes and available downloads.

© 2020 Kris Plachy

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