Tag Archive: Feedback

How to Get the Most From Irritating People

You don’t want to understand irritating people. You want to control, correct, or eject them. Leaders who don’t understand irritating people resort to authority and miss opportunity. Influence and personal growth decline in proportion… Continue reading

4 Ways to Eliminate Success Blocking Blind Spots

Those who can’t see themselves feel isolated and alone. Real relationships are built between real people.   7 reasons leaders have blind spots: The birds of a feather problem. You hang with people… Continue reading

Everything You Need to Know About Time Management

Everything you need to know about time management is captured in three words. Eliminate – stop unnecessary or low priority tasks. Prioritize. Delegate – put stuff on someone else’s plate. Accelerate – improve… Continue reading

How to Invite and Survive Feedback From a Group

Life is simpler without others in it. But, everything that matters includes people. The more you work to control people the more troubling they become.   Leaders fear feedback because they can’t control it.… Continue reading

A Surprising Way to Connect with Your Team

Feeling alone is the result of isolation. Those who feel misunderstood live behind self-protective barriers that keep others out. Once a month I meet with a group of leaders to strengthen connections, clarify… Continue reading

Pat on the Back or Kick in the Pants

Some people respond well to a pat on the back, others to a kick in the pants. Mary practically ignores, “The way you handled Bob’s objection was beautiful.” But, she lights up and leans… Continue reading