We get caught up in the here and now that we forget that success isn’t the destination. Rather, success is a journey. One we take day by day.
Do you want something more for your family? Do you want them to be more, do more, and have more?
Today’s guest on the Answers From Leadership podcast is Mark Timm. And he knows a little something about transforming your family by treating it like a business.
Not only does Mark consider his FAMILY the most important business in the world. His family IS a business.
Listen to today’s Answers From Leadership podcast to hear the why and how behind this. And listen to the end to hear about the Ziglar 7-Day Family Challenge.
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Mark, what else would you like listeners to know about you?
I’m not looking for extra empathy here but it’s not just six of the coolest kids on the planet. They’re all teenagers right now.
Onboarding a new team member can be a difficult task. You have to train them, integrate them into the team, and get to know them.
Each of these things can be hard in and of themselves. Combine them, and the task is overwhelming.
That’s why you need to have an arsenal of questions ready to ask new employees.
These questions aren’t meant to be an interrogation. Rather, the questions leaders need to ask of new employees are to get to know them and where they’re going to fit into the organization.
5 Questions To Ask Every New Team Member
1. How do you like to work?
One leadership trait you must have as a leader is bravery. Leaders are brave people.
Leadership isn’t an easy road to tow. You have to make tough choices and go into the unknown.
To be a leader, you must be brave.
What Does Being Brave Look Like?
Being brave is easy, yet hard at the same time. You have to push past your insecurities and do what needs to be done.
To be brave, you have to take action. Be brave by:
Standing up for what is right
Giving others credit
Doing what is right
Giving up your perks
Looking fear in the face
Moving forward when you don’t see how
Sharing your thoughts
Applying the knowledge you have is the way you lean into learning. Know this.