Todd's Results

2009: Working on the People

This year is about...

January 2009: What is Todd's favorite quote from John Maxwell? How does it change the way you look at people?

February 2009: Read about Todd's first 2+2 meeting.Find out if it went well!

March 2009: Todd and the staff set a theme and goals for the upcoming year.

April 2009: Have you ever had a "showboater" on your team? Find out what Coach John Wooden says about this and how Todd adapted it to business.

May 2009: What are Todd's hiring rules? You should probably be following these rules too. Find out what they are, here.

June 2009: How to stretch yourself and adapt in an ever-changing economy.

July 2009: Find out how Todd handles his first 4 employee performance reviews.

August 2009: What is the 2+2 Feedback method and how it is helping Todd increase employee effectiveness.

September 2009: How situational leadership was right on target for Todd's team.

October 2009: Todd goes more in-depth on Situational Leadership in his latest Todd's Results.

November 2009: Todd discusses how situational leadership led to the execution of ideas.

December 2009: Todd describes what he did to help his client-facing consultants better serve our clients.

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Category:Leadership Relationships

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This monthly series is Todd's continuing journey of "Intentional Reality" through the process of personal accountability. What's at stake? Todd's BlackBerry.

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