Building Your Leadership Team with Jesse Arnoldson
Team leadership is something organizations are working on every single day.
Jesse and Jay are back together to discuss how we can build our team’s leadership. Jesse learned that leaning on teammates from either the clinical part or the business part is essential through management. Also, checking which individuals in those branches are potential leaders. Asking for more people to come to the team may be a difficult conversation. Jesse shares his advice on how to approach high-level individuals to justify your needs.
We end this conversation with, what we imagine, is the perfect management team, their skills, and traits.
Find a key person on each branch of the organization to lean on depending on the topic at hand.
Most practices need a clinical person and a business person working together.
Questions will always exist when someone in the team is promoted.
Sometimes, teams prefer someone from the inside to be promoted rather than hiring an outsider.
Identify the seats you need and fill them with the correct people.
Rather than the best person in the department, search for those individuals with management and leadership traits.
Have arguments and data to back up your justifications.
Systemize your time and processes as much as possible.
A team should beat a decision until it is perfected.
Know more about the Peter Principle here: https://www.forbes.com/sites/roddwagner/2018/04/10/new-evidence-the-peter-principle-is-real-and-what-to-do-about-it/?sh=4df176a21809
Learn about the DiSC Profile here: https://www.discprofile.com/what-is-disc
Listen to the Knowledge Project Podcast here: https://fs.blog/knowledge-project/.