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Month: May 2018

Conscientious Leadership

Conscientious Leadership

Continued from a previous post. When leading an implementation, there are four essential characteristics that I’ve found separate the elite implementers from the pack: Conscientious Leadership Emphasis on Relationships Hunger to Learn New Skills A Focused Hustle Let’s talk about Conscientious Leadership. What does being a Conscientious Leader mean? When talking about implementation leadership, it’s critical to discuss the character of the individual leading the change. In the end, technical change is humans wrangling with a change that happens to be…

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Blamers Anonymous

Blamers Anonymous

Whenever you run into a stumbling block, it’s easy to look for someone or something to blame. Admittedly, it’s something I struggle with, as well. When I do find myself at that moment looking for blame – I mentally come back to this short video by Brené Brown. It’s a helpful reminder of what’s going on for me. It merely means that I’m feeling uncomfortable with something and looking for someone to pin it on. It’s easier to rage and…

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