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THE RECOVERING ENGINEER Leadership Lesson From General McChrystal: Get Onboard or Get Out.
| SUNDAY, JUNE 27, 2010
You simply should not stay in an organization, especially as a leader, if you do not support the organization’s goals
. am simply observing the outcome of a leadership act: a high level leader who reports to a higher level leader within an organization took his discontent public and he had to leave the organization as a result. Thanks. MORE >>
THE RECOVERING ENGINEER Five Ways to De-escalate a Conflict
| THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 2013
In the interest of giving you specific steps to accomplish the goal
of making yourself non-threatening, I suggest that you… 1. Reversing the course of an escalating conflict is a topic that surfaces frequently in my work with coaching clients and workshop participants. That leverage point is the focus of this post. Listen. MORE >>
THE RECOVERING ENGINEER Using Detours To Get Where You Want to Go
| SUNDAY, JANUARY 31, 2010
In the picture above, the desired goal
is somewhere on 9th Street. We just take the detour, enjoy the scenery, and move on towards our goal
. Here’s what I’ve learned at this point in my life: stay focused on the end goal
and take the detour. Earlier in my life, these road blocks discouraged me. Never show again. MORE >>
THE RECOVERING ENGINEER How Much Margin Do You Have? | Guy Harris: The Recovering Engineer
| TUESDAY, DECEMBER 14, 2010
This is a big question to consider, and it relates directly to how you set your goals
for next year. If you have specific questions about setting better goals
, my friend and colleague, Kevin Eikenberry , is leading a free teleseminar on December 21 to address goal
setting issues. How Much Margin Do You Have? Thanks. MORE >>
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