What Does The Task Require of You?

“If you will change, everything will change for you.” Shoaff

Leaders shape outcomes. They shape outcomes by seeking to understand what the task requires of themselves. Through that undergoing, they discover what will be required of those around them; and, the power to compel action.

Change starts with you. Want better results? Wish your team was more motivated and passionate? Need your team to be more open, forthright and candid in their communication and contribution? Show them the way.

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05-03-11

Cooperation Outperforms Neglect

EVERY TIME.

Leading and being successful in the large organization demands a willingness to cooperate with those who are different than you.

What relationships are you neglecting?  Who are you stubbornly avoiding and resisting? How is it working out for you?

Neglect those key relationships long enough, resist cooperating with others and neglect will leave you a mere shadow of what you might have become.  A cooperative attitude gets better results.

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04-21-11

Call It

…as you see it.

Being serious-minded and cautious can be a leadership asset as long as it doesn’t devolve into indecision and paralysis.

I think it’s important for leaders to listen to their gut.  When you find yourself betwixt and between regarding the information you’re getting, trust your intuition.

When things just aren’t adding up, call it as you see it. The odds are in your favor.

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04-20-11