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Understand how high-performance managers should strive to make others succeedFrom the author:“"This course is designed for learners to understand how high-performance managers should strive to make others succeed. The course highlights the most effective methods to help others succeed, as well as evaluating efficient methods to understand the needs of others. Identifying the importance of sharing information and resources is essential to understand the significance of being available to help others. If you're interested in being successful in the workplace, while simultaneously helping others to succeed, this course is for you."”
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How Can Helping Others Succeed be Your Greatest Success
What is success
How Can You Help Others Succeed
So how can you help your colleagues? Swipe up to learn more
Show interest Ask your colleagues what you can do to help them become successful
Suggest ideas Offer them suggestions and advice to get them started
How to Understand What Others Need to be Successful
Striving for Success A leader can understand what others need to be successful by:
Asking your colleagues questions to understand their business and personal goals
Keeping a list of each person's goals
Developing a plan to help them accomplish their goals
How Does Sharing Resources Achieve Success?
Contacts Develop a set of contacts within the organization
Information Check who can help provide information
Resources Acquire organizational resources
Obstacles Remove organizational obstacles
How to be Available When Needed and Listen Effectively
How do you think you can be seen as approachable?
What is an "Open-door policy" When managers leave the office door "open" in order to encourage openness and transparency