Episode 126 is Part 1 of 2 with Wingspan Performance.
Chad Lingafelt, Managing Partner of LocDoc Security & Host of the Coffee Break Podcast talks with us about how leaders are impacting team performance.
02:40 Rapid Fire Q #1: What future year are you most looking forward to arriving in?
06:33 Rapid Fire Q #4: What was an experience that you didn’t think much about that ultimately made you a better person? (A big life-changing event that made me a better person)
- While we don’t control things outside of ourselves, we control how we decide to respond to things.
- Following your Knowing
14:25 How much are leaders intentionally or unintentionally affecting the performance of their team?
- We’re always teaching people what’s acceptable
- The environment you’re around–you’re either intentionally or unintentionally choosing those behaviors
16:36 “High performer behaviors” in one role work against us in other roles
18:11 It’s critical to explicitly outline both technical skills and behavioral skills that are required/expected for each role
- Stating only technical performance requirements is how a leader will unintentionally contribute to sub-par team performance
21:57 How can we identify when a leader is starting down the path of micromanaging & doing things themselves? And, how do I coach them?
29:07 Developing & documenting processes directly supports higher performance
32:43 A team player that has excelled in Job A isn’t necessarily qualified in the behavioral competencies of Job B (yet that’s typically how we promote employees in our organization)