Your success as a manager hinges on your ability to engage and motivate your staff.
But when you have a full plate yourself it's easy to get sucked into the weeds and end up focusing on tasks all day.
But when you do this you actually erode the motivation and engagement of your team.
This is why you need a roadmap to help you navigate these challenges so you can get your work done, AND be an inspirational leader to your staff.
This is what Nine Minutes on Monday helps you do.
Nine Minutes on Monday is a simple framework that helps busy managers like you tap into nine powerful drivers of engagement. These drivers are actually key needs that when met, lead to engaged employees.
In order to create a high-performance work environment you must tap into these nine needs. When you do its like flipping on a switch of motivation inside each of your staff.
In this program, you'll learn how to practically tap into these needs with simple and practical techniques that don’t take a lot of time.
The program is 10 weeks long and takes you through the entire Nine Minutes on Monday process. It’s designed especially for busy managers who want to improve their leadership effectiveness.
Each week looks like this:
Each week you watch a single 15-20 minute training module which is accessible anytime.
Then you complete the Power Exercise to practice what you’ve learned.
Implement the tools and watch your team respond in real time.
Nine Minutes on Monday is divided into a 10-week journey, each week covering the essential elements that you need to know in order to increase staff engagement. It takes approximately 15-25 minutes each week to go through the training. Here is a brief summary of each module:
The Three Truths
Setting the foundation for the entire course you will learn three powerful truths that all leaders must embrace in order to be successful. This module will also unpack the 9-Minutes Framework.
The Need to be More than a Number
In this lesson you learn the powerful connection between caring, trust and engagement. You will also learn a simple technique that will only take a few minutes a week which can dramatically change the way your staff feel about your leadership and your organization.
The Need to Grow
Employees engage more in their workplace when they feel they have a chance to grow and develop. In this lesson you will learn the a simple question that will clarify all future training for each employee. As well, you will learn a simple method for coaching your employees on the fly.
The Need to be Recognized
Employees invest a piece of themselves in the work they produce. Recognizing good work is not only crucial to motivation but it is an effective tool to shape behavior. Learn how to use the Recognition Codes in order to create quick but effective recognition statements that will fire up your staff.
The Need for Mastery and Achievement
Employees have a deep need to achieve and make progress. In this lesson you will learn the three crucial elements that must be in place in order to make someone’s job more motivating. You will also learn how to give quick and effective feedback on their progress in order to meet their need for mastery.
The Need for Purpose and Significance
When employees connect their work with something larger, it turbo charges their motivation. In this lesson you will learn how to link purpose to paycheck by exploring three critical questions. You will also learn the one key element that is best used to communicate purpose to pay and why you must tap into it.
The Need for Autonomy
Nobody likes a micromanaging boss. In this module you will learn four simple ways to create more autonomy for your employees resulting in greater productivity, creativity and problem solving.
The Need to Connect
People want to work in a motivating environment but dysfunctional teams can destroy morale. In this module you will learn how to protect your team from the six common solvents that erode the glue of great teams. You will also learn the key things that must be in place in order for your team to work well together.
The Need for Fun
If a funeral home and a fish market can have fun, then the rest of us can as well. Far more than just a good idea, fun at work actually leads to greater communication, productivity, and morale. This module will outline the simple steps you can take to add some fun to your team.
The Need for a Model to Follow
More than anything else your team needs you to lead the way. But what you model is also contingent on your current circumstances. This module teaches you what your people most need from you as well as how to tap into your own peak potential.
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James Robbins is an executive coach, and leadership expert and has given over 2,300 speeches in the last 25 years.
As a leadership trainer James helps equip managers to show up daily and get the most out of those they lead.
He is the author of the best-selling book Nine Minutes on Monday and was recently named one of the top 100 Leadership Speakers by INC. Magazine.
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