Picky people often get a bad rap. That’s because pervasive pickiness can slow down decision making, thwart progress, and cause tension among the different personalities on the team.
It’s been said that if you want to understand something about people’s values, pay attention to the key decisions they make and the actions they take.
While emotions can guide us, they also can trigger reactive feelings that alter our perspectives and prevent us from understanding what’s really going on at a given moment.
It’s OK to not have all the answers. Take the steps to ask your people for help, unlock the power of their potential, and get the solutions you and your business need.
We all know it’s impossible to be perfect. As leaders, we realize it’s the fool’s mindset to think we can do everything right, 100% of the time. Yet how many of us spin our wheels every day, striving for perfectionism?
Some leaders think that the busier they are, the more valued or significant they are. Stop going 100 miles per hour and start taking control.
If you fail to manage these relationships wisely, these resources could end up managing you, a worrisome situation that can create a whole host of issues.
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Do you find it hard to stop dwelling in the past? As a seasoned professional, you’ve probably experienced a company, a boss, or a customer who once drove you crazy.
There’s a lot to be said for compromise and flexibility, but as a leader, you will sometimes find yourself needing to take a firm stand—and even dig in your heels when faced with resistance.