Drake P3 Behavioural Assessment

09/02/2016

True leaders accept responsibility

By David Dye

There is strength in numbers. More people working together makes less work for all — most of the time. The idea of "team" can bring to mind the image of people pulling together in one direction toward a common goal.

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09/02/2016

The challenges of managing superstars

By Bruce Tulgan

You want a whole team of superstars. In a free market, you get what you can negotiate...

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09/02/2016

When you need an employee to go “the extra mile”

By Bruce Tulgan

Managers ask me, “What about the employee who does just enough work and does it just well enough and nothing else? How do you motivate that person to go the extra mile?”

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06/01/2016

Don’t get tripped up on power

By Danita Johnson Hughes

Leaders are powerful people because they have the ability to sway the attitudes, opinions, and actions of others. Leaders inspire, influence, and achieve results...

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06/01/2016

Getting your manager’s support when dealing with a problem team member

By Ken Warren

There is no doubt that if you are in a role where you need to address the performance of a team member with a long history of being difficult, that you need the support of your manager.

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06/01/2016

Making conflict work for you

By Jim Dawson

Conflict is inevitable. We may be afraid of it and handle it poorly, allowing problems to fester and grow. We may use it to control and manipulate others. Or we may accept that conflict is necessary for things to improve or change.

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