Only naive leaders think and expect everyone to agree with. When your team or other leaders disagree with you it doesn’t mean there’s no unity. Unity is about believing in the same cause. On careful examination you will see that your disagreements are often centred on execution issues. Herewith are a few benefits of not being agreed with.
. When life doesn’t turn out the way you thought it was going to turn out, you may think you’re losing control. But the truth is, you never had control in the first place. The only thing you do control is how you respond to your disappointments and your unexpected obstacles ~ Pete Wilson Continue reading Illusion of Control
Being wrong is a part of life. Fear also affects all of us. This is true for both life and leadership. Sometimes leaders know exactly what to do. I know you know the other side of the coin, so I don’t need to say it. Leading innovation will reveal insecurities.
This post is part of the “Leading A Frustrated Team” series. Frustration is on of those things that can never be separated from leadership. It is inevitable. Frustration can be the result of being overwhelmed. At other times not having enough support or clarity… Whatever the case, it can be detrimental if it is not addressed … Continue reading Ground Rules and Fences | Leading a Frustrated Team [Part 5]
No one is guilty until proven guilty right? The law generally has this approach, even though you know that someone is guilty. Leader you have to be proven. Your commitment has to be proven. Nothing is said to be what it claims to be until it is proven. Commitment is only stamped or labeled, “commitment” when it is proven in the … Continue reading Until Proven