A leader running her first workshop

5 Useful Steps To Successfully Run Your First Team Workshop As A New Leader

Many posts in this toolkit give you tips on how to introduce yourself to your team and get to know the team members. But it is not only important to get to know the individual team members, but also the team dynamics and the interaction between them. Where better to do this than in a team workshop? These 5 tips will help you to conduct a successful first-team workshop.

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5 Important Conversations To Have With Your Team Members

There are different types of conversations with employees that are essential for leaders. We take a closer look at five of them for you.  What do all types of appraisal interviews have in common? They mostly have two parallel aims: on one hand, it’s about advancing content-related topics, but at the same time also about strengthening the relationship between a leader and his/her employees. In addition, there are some tips on how to prepare well for the various kinds of conversations.

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6 Helpful Hacks: How To Delegate Well And Manage To Hand Over Responsibility To Your Team

When taking the step from team member to the first leadership role, there is often a double challenge: one is still stuck in operational issues and at the same time the new leadership tasks come along, which also take up time. This is where delegation comes into play. As a coach for first-time leaders, however, I often hear from my coachees: “It is so difficult for me to delegate” or “How do I make sure that the employee then really does a good job”?
Here is an overview of concrete 6 tips that will help you to get more clarity on the topic of delegation:

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