I know you have heard these words spoken before: “It’s not my fault!” And when I hear these words from someone in a leadership position, that “leader” quickly loses credibility with me. That is because leaders don’t blame other people when something goes wrong.
Posts Tagged: Self-Leadership
What’s not to like about a check-off? You know, that feeling you get when something is finished and with a satisfied stroke of the pen, you draw a checkmark through that empty box that you drew just so you could put the checkmark through it. The check-off is particularly satisfying for those whose last letter… Read more »
In the embarrassing-admissions department, I have to confess I sometimes watch Kitchen Nightmares, that show in which the acerbic Gordon Ramsay (poster child for Thinking versus Feeling in the MBTI) shreds a failing restaurant along the way to rebuilding it into something successful. The predictable sequence is: Gordon enters the disaster zone, dissects what is… Read more »