Leadership Tip

The data used to make a decision are not always the same as the data used to explain a decision. For instance, you need to confront an individual about an issue that has become known to you as you investigate several red flags. It is not necessary to list out each of the red flags. This will only lead to an argument over inconsequential side issues. Instead, identify the one main problem and confront the issue with some focused data. Of course, before doing anything like this, search your own heart to purge any hint of pride, fear, or anger.

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~ by Joshua Long on June 1, 2009.

2 Responses to “Leadership Tip”

  1. I guess you are speaking from personal experience.

  2. It is the only place from which one may speak.

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