In the last chapter, we spoke about the importance of acknowledging and demarcating progress. So, let's do it! You've now reached the final chapter of this book, and it's time to celebrate. Let's first reflect on all the BUs, skills, and tools you've collected, briefly check in with Mia the Manager, then finally, re-test your leadership skills so you can see how far you've come.
Core BUs, Skills, and Tools at a Glance
Do a quick scan of each of the Behavioral Units, skills, and tools you've added to your manager toolbox. Quiz yourself to see if you remember them and consider how you've applied each one:
|Core Behavioral Units|
|Core skills and tools|
|Feedback||Q-BIQ Method, Feedback Salsa|
|Productivity||Time language, stop/start meetings on time, time audit, MITs, Quadrants, Buckets, CCS, Closed Loop Culture, If-thens, Pomodoro, Kanban|
|Strategy||Gap analysis, 3 Lenses Model, UC Check, Inclusive Planning|
|Meetings||4P Opener, q-storm, round-robins, rotate roles, defer judgment, idea quotas, cross-pollinate, DACI, Impact/Feasibility Map, pros/cons/mitigations|
|Change||CAMPS listening tour, vision statement, simplify the plan, plan early wins, overcommunicate, behavioral cues, normalize change|
|Development||Capability Mapping, Zoom Out, Venn Zone, IDPs, 3E Model|
Mia the Manager
Using the Core BUs and Skills above, our hero – Mia the manager – has ...