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What does a leader do when there’s chaos in the office? | June 18, 2011

Rise above

Fighting personnel issues like chronic tardiness, low performance, and general attitude problems with employees is a lot like drowning in quicksand.  The negativity pulls you down until you’re mentally and physically drained. 

Imagine if you could rise above it.  

How? You might ask.  Some leaders think that’s impossible. But if you empower your people to self manage, the issues decrease, problems get taken care of from within, and it’s not a dictatorship but a true team effort. All members of the team end up with a strong desire to see the team succeed. This type of leadership allows room for error but in the end elevates a leader above the fray, to a higher big picture vantage point. 

What would that look like in your business?  

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