I’m a talent guy. I find radio stations that put the effort into finding entertaining and/or interesting people and focus on creating space for them to perform, tend to leave a better impression with me
Giving feedback is an essential part of developing another person (or team’s) performance. Offering someone feedback gives them an observer’s insight into how they’re doing.
Welcome to another installment of “Things Talent Should Know.” As we work with stations, shows and individual talent we make note of the themes that seem to be common across formats and markets. It is our hope that by sharing these we can help talent make improvements to their performance.
Paul Kaye By Paul Kaye PSR Contributor Tuesday February 21st, 2017 THE DNA OF A WINNING TEAM We are in business to win. Winning is the only desirable outcome. The secret to winning, and to the continuation of winning, is to build the best team. It is essential to form a cohesive […]
It doesn’t matter how experienced you are as a coach, I guarantee you’re making mistakes. I know I do. Often. Working with people to improve performance is tough and there is no secret blueprint for how to do it perfectly each time.
Being on a multi-player show is tough. It’s especially difficult when you’re just starting out. The pressure you feel to perform at a consistently high level is immense
My understanding of success and failure has been wrong. For as long as I can remember my beliefs about success and failure have been inaccurate, or at the very least incomplete.
There’s no question Sir Winston Churchill made a mark on 20th century Britain and The Crown portrays him beautifully. As I watched the show I was reminded of the important leadership lessons that can be gleamed from Churchill.
Everyone has genius in them. You just have to know how to uncover it. When you do unlock your inner genius you will be amazed at what you are capable of achieving and how fulfilled you’ll be as you advance your career. Genius is different for everyone.
“I don’t have time to teach them, I just need it fixed.” Those were the words that fell out of a manager’s mouth while we were discussing the performance of an individual on their team. Actually there was an expletive or two used but I have omitted those.
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