A Clear “No” Can Be More Graceful Than a Vague or Noncommittal “Yes”

Sometimes the right (or at least initial) response to a request for action “now” is “No.” – It’s far easier to say “yes” later on…
On the other hand, maybe you don’t even have to choose between “Yes” and “No” particularly if you’re trying to initiate a conversation.

The Art of Asking Powerful Questions (Hint: Stop Giving Answers)

Leadership dilemma: When team members face impediments, should leaders provide ready answers or encourage self-discovery? Discover the power of asking questions, fostering learning, and building a culture of ownership. 🤔💬 #LeadershipWisdom #EmpowerTeams

Meetings Bloody Meetings – Why do we have so many…?

🔄 Break free from unproductive meetings! Team members can use their “Law of Two Feet.” If a meeting lacks value, walk away. Explore the essentials of good and bad meetings in this insightful read. 🚶‍♂️🚶‍♀️ #Productivity #MeetingEffectiveness

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