Dec 4, 2017
Judgment. Do you have it? Do you hone it in yourself? Could you use your judgment more effectively to get more accomplished?
Being a leader is a challenging calling; it's meaningful and it makes a huge difference. Whether you make a positive difference or not is completely up to you. I want to help you be the difference so you can aspire for more, deliver more....one of the core skills you will find in an exceptional leader is judgment. Not judgment over others but a discernment - an ability to see nuance, to see people over issues. As a leader, your judgment determines whether people will follow.
This week's tip: When making a decision, have a system to test your judgment. It doesn't need to slow you down AND you will continually improve as will your decisions. Leadership is not about perfection - it's all about progress. How are you moving yourself to another level in 2018
Next week's WQT (Winter Quick Tip); the Hint: when systems fail us all, who's stepping into the breech?
Hey while you're here, learn a bit about the new course I've developed called it takes Grit. I have been contracted to deliver the basics of this course at a few professional conferences and professional associations later in 2017 and into 2018 and I plan to deliver the course in both classroom environments and on-line.
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My Passion Initiative: to eradicate violence against women and girls in Canada is zeroing in starting Fall 2017 to improve gender-based conversations in the workplace.
When Google fired James Damore, they may have missed a great opportunity to have a constructive and meaningful conversation. Maybe if we start listening to each other we will find more common ground and work through the conflicts that are tearing us apart.
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