Managerial Courage Not Required

As companies push their managers to provide quicker and more relevant feedback, it’s worth considering that one approach to addressing the performance of others requires tremendous courage, while another entails little courage at all.

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The Future is Bright, but…

Some people stay where they are and let tomorrow come to them. Time is merely a conveyor belt. Others don’t give their power away. They’re in control. They move into time. Rather than a conveyor belt, they see this moment as a step forward on a path of discovery.

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The 10×10 Venting Volume Rule

Most organizations are echo chambers. When a leader is venting his/her anger, frustrations, or words laced with venom in a meeting, they do not die quietly. They reverberate from person to person, causing a much bigger impact than one might think.

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