fists togetherThe Eight Laws of Replacing Yourself can open up conversations with your boss and create not just a path and plan for your growth, but the laws to support this replacement so it doesn’t collapse and leave you with a mess.

If you missed Law #1: The Law of System, click here.

Law #3: The Law of Accountability

Life is about accountability. If you don’t share what you do with your team, your chances of action and success decrease considerably. Reporting and tracking what you are doing and sharing it with everyone in the office in an organized manner, via weekly meetings and the like, will allow you to not only achieve your goals but also create top mental awareness about your accomplishments.

Stay tuned for our next blog post for Law #4: The Law of Communication.  If you can’t wait, check out Chapter Three: Invaluable Chick of Don’t Be a Yes Chick: How to Stop Babysitting Your Boss, Transform Your Job and Work With a Dream Team Without Losing Your Spirit or Sanity in the Process.

A key element of helping your team grow, and replace themselves, is to empower them through Employee Reviews. Not the archaic employee review you are used to but a planning session of empowerment to create a Growth Map.  To learn more, join our FREE Webinar “Conducting Empowering Employee Reviews” on Wednesday, March 26th at 3-4pm ET. Click here to register.

Champions of your continued success,

Laney and Molly

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