Leadership on a Napkin
These leadership lessons are practical distinctions and tools that I encounter in my daily coaching work, that I think would be relevant and beneficial to others.
If you want to be a powerful leader “give the credit to others” and “take the responsibility and blame on yourself”.
If you want your meetings to take less time, move faster and be much more productive and satisfying follow this seemingly simple rule – “Answer Questions” and “Acknowledge Statements”.
There are three levels of conversation your team could be in. When the highest level is ingrained in the DNA of your team you have a high-performance team environment.
In most teams people don’t have the orientation or skill to forward the action. Some practical rules to elevate the team’s effectiveness.
If you want to make a powerful difference, strengthen and empower people in your interactions and communications, pay attention to this simple rule .
When people are not living up to their word or fulfill their commitments typically one of two things are missing.
What to do when you give or receive acknowledgement, recognition or praise.
The word BUT is a sneaky word. We use this word in conversations all the time without realizing how impactful it is.
If you want to have a more powerful conversation, shift your conversation from “I should do this” to “I want to do this.” The most powerful conversation is when people say “I will do this.”
When you acknowledge, recognize or give praise to others, make it direct and personal.