Jul 31, 2017
As a leader you are a guide, a mentor, and, as such, you need to offer feedback on what's going well and what requires diligent practice. If you don't, you'll miss opportunities to influence outcomes and support the growth and development of the people who help you reach your goals. How you go about doing this is the important point of consideration.
No one responds well to the nit-picker who torments them about every little detail while they are taking risks and learning new things AND no one can reach their potential without the support and guidance of a wise thinking partner who supports their growth. You can find a way to be the kind of leader who sets high expectations while ensuring your door is always open for support and guidance.
No corresponding post this week but check out my website and past blog posts.
Learn a bit about the new on-line course I'm developing for late 2017 called it takes Grit.
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NEXT TIME: Summer Quick Tip #6 and the HINT - there's no crying in baseball!
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