Archive for December, 2006

Greetings and Gifts for You

Wednesday, December 20th, 2006

It’s a busy time of year, and it’s hard not to wonder where the year went! But I know some of you are keen to know how the Leadership Coaching Club is going. PLUS Santa has some Special Gifts for you later in this Christmas issue of Leading Well (because we know you’ve been good this year!)Santa

First, thank you for allowing me to work with you this year. Whether I’ve coached you personally or your whole business team, whether I’ve spoken at your leadership conference or facilitated your planning event, or just visited each month via Leading Well, it’s been a privilege to work with you. We have some really exciting things planned for 2007, so keep an eye out early in the new year for details.

One of the biggest events in 2007 will be the start of the Leadership Coaching Club. You have told us exactly what you want and I’m pleased to say it’s coming really soon. If you want to be the FIRST to know, make sure you sign up now for Leadership Coaching Club Priority” target=”_blank” href=”http://www.leadershipcoachingclub.com”>priority notification. That way you won’t miss out on all the special offers and bonuses for getting in early as soon as it is available. It’s going to be a great value program that anyone who is serious about leading and managing people will want to be a part of, so you won’t want to miss it.

We also have a whole range of other products and programs that will help you on your path to easy, effective and effortless leadership, that I can’t wait to share with you next year.

But for now it’s time to take a break to focus on family, fun and festivity for a little while. We hope, like us, you can look back at lots of good things achieved in 2006, as well as being excited by everything to come in 2007.

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year from everyone at KMG Consulting and the Leadership Skill Center.

Gifts from santa…HO…HO…HO… And I haven’t forgotten … Here are some special Christmas gifts just for you.
Kind regards, Kerrie

PS. It’s Christmas! Of course you can share that link with anyone who would like a gift for Christmas.

The actual link is:
http://www.leadershipskillcenter.com/thankyou/xmas.php

Feedback audioseminar now available

Tuesday, December 12th, 2006

Constructive feedback seminarThe mp3 recording for

“How to Give Feedback Constructively – even when someone’s done something wrong”

is now available.

Giving effective feedback can enable you to:

  • work more effectively with all your staff
  • handle difficult employees and reduce conflict sensitively
  • build employee confidence
  • turn your staff into a team
  • be confident staff problems wonít keep you awake at nights.

This is a live recording with Leadership expert, Kerrie Mullins-Gunst and the author of
“2 Way Feedback” Jennifer McCoy

In this 60 minute downloadable mp3 you will learn:

  • Why you really must invest your time in giving feedback
  • The magic formula for making your feedback constructive
  • The secret to confronting difficult situations before they explode
  • How to be assertive and avoid getting into excuses when you are giving feedback
  • How you can use feedback to modify behavior
  • When you can give feedback to your whole team and when it should be given just to individuals
  • The three critical feedback mistakes you absolutely must avoid or your feedback will do more harm than good.

Buy your copy here.