Leadership Tip of the Week
Be wise, not right!
When things are broken or they don’t work, most people spend more time covering their behind and making sure everyone knows it’s not their fault, then they do figuring out how to fix the issues.
If you want to be a powerful leader don’t entertain “blame”, “fault” or “CYA” conversations, only conversations that illuminate and forward the future that excites you. Don’t make others wrong. Instead, be obsessed with making a difference in every conversation and interaction you have.