Grow Your Strengths. Manage Your Blind Spots.
Develop Areas Important to Your Success.
Welcome to your one-stop TriMetrix Coaching Report development resource page!
Each link below is a TriMetrix "Learning Bite" with learning tips, examples, tools and exercises in workbooks, videos and audio files.
There are two ways to navigate this page: 1) Use the Jump Links, below 2) Use Control F search function for this page Don't try to consume everything here all at once. Select a handful of areas that are most important to you and your goals, right now.
Stay focused and track your progress with the: Development Plan worksheet. Refer to The Complete Leader book, your training materials and your Coach for more information and guidance. Let's Begin!
Jump To: Motivators "Gas In Tank"
Jump To: DISC "How I Drive"
This section provides insight into motivation. In our car analogy - this is "What Puts Gas in Your Tank".
There are six equally valuable motivators that are not easily visible to others, but are innate to us. Your #1 & # 2 = interest and energy. Your #6 = a low interest and possible stressor.
Flash Card: Workplace Motivators
For Leaders: Management Tips for Each Workplace Motivator
For Sales: Using Motivators to Improve Sales
Audio, Video + Transcript: Motivating Self and Others - The Wake Up Eager Formula
Audio + Transcript: M.O.R.E. Motivation
This section provides insight into your communication and interaction behaviors. In our car analogy - this is "How You Drive".
There is no right or wrong style. This area does not indicate capability or how effective or ineffective a you will be in a role. This information helps you leverage strengths, manage bind spots, learn to adapt to other's communication preferences and grow your Communication Intelligence.
This section provides development tools to for strengthening six important competencies for managing yourself. In our car analogy - being strong in these competencies improves your "horsepower".
Great leaders are always learning, are agile, achieve their goals, are accountable, and they manage their stress and their time.
“If I can't lead myself, others won't follow me, won’t respect me and won’t want to partner with me.”
This section provides development tools to for strengthening eleven important competencies for managing your team. In our car analogy - being strong in these competencies improves your "horsepower".
Great leaders know how to create agreement and manage conflict. They're committed to the customer and each employee and are able to achieve extraordinary results through people!
"Talent wins games, but teamwork and intelligence win championships." Michael Jordan
This section provides development tools to for strengthening eight important competencies for thinking clearly. In our car analogy - being strong in these competencies improves your "horsepower".
A leader who is organized, creative, forward-focused, can solve problems and make good decisions, is an effective leader. These skills are crucial to managing yourself and your team.
"If you can think and speak and write, you are absolutely deadly, nothing can get in your way." Jordan Peterson
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