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Who’s skin is in your game–really? In any event of life we are spectators, watching the outcome with little to lose, or we have a great deal personally on the line–we have skin in the game.
How you accept and give criticism will determine a great deal about how you succeed—in both life and career. Managing and profiting from criticism is a key skill at work and at home. Not becoming a punching bag for critics is equally important.
The cost of unaligned teams that are unclear of how they’re adding to the success of the organization is huge.
Russell Wilson never lost the key question his father asked him, “Why not you, Russell?” And Russell Wilson continues to ask his team, “Why not us? Why not now?”
Is it petty and wrong for me to ask, “Why do people get ahead of me that are not nearly as smart and capable as I am?”
How an Ancient Story Speaks Important Strategy to Organizations Today
Here are some strategies for asking questions that will work for you that I have learned from the top experts. These strategies for asking questions will revolutionize your ability to get the outcomes you need.
(And How To Avoid Them) With Kudos and Apologies to Stephen Cover
Most organizations will tell you that people are their most important asset. So why do they get laid off? Don’t people do the work, sell goods and services, and make customers love them?
Is Dale Carnegie “Friendly Me” Communication Out? Is Donald Trump “Fear Me” Communication in? Is Friendly in the Workplace on Life Support?