Who’s the best boss you ever had? (What does it mean, “becoming a best boss”?)
What made that person your best boss, not second best?
Reduce it to one word or phrase.
What’s the word or phrase?
I’ve asked this of hundreds of people. Susan Steinbrecher has asked it of tens of thousands.
They all say the same thing:
- believed in me
…and on and on. The answers all fall into two buckets: “Kept me safe” and “Made me grow.”
That’s what makes someone a Best Boss — the ability to do both of these things at once, consistently.
Keep your people safe. Make your people grow.
This is like stock market advice: “Buy low; sell high.” Simple — just not easy.
That’s why I created the “Becoming a Best Boss(B3) Coaching and Training System”. It walks you through the steps to actually become the kind of leader that others call “the best boss I ever had.”
The four Levels of the Leadership Ladder are:
- Level 1: Know your own work style, and optimize yourself at the mechanical level
- Level 2: Grow your emotional maturity, and optimize yourself at the human level
- Level 3: Learn and practice the simple techniques of building and deserving loyalty
- Level 4: Learn and practice the tougher techniques of demanding excellence and growth
You can take the first step right now.
Take the Level 1 Self-Leadership Profile to better know and manage yourself.