Assume Confusion Until Proven Otherwise

I apologize in advance for potentially giving credit in the wrong place on this, but here’s an interesting tip I picked up from the book titled ‘Judgement on the Front Line’, by Chris DeRose and Noel M. Tichy. It goes like this… “Until otherwise proven wrong, assume confusion.” Now, I realize that without context that


Navigate Daily B.S. by Practicing the Art of Candor

Let me first start by saying that I am not always a fan of ‘all-things-Jack-Welch’, but do think he hits the nail on the head when it comes to a few topics- One in particular is the topic of ‘candor‘. The definition of candor is simply,  ”the state or quality of being frank, open,


Accelerate Your Personal Growth By NOT Doing These 5 Things

As a follow up to my last post, ’20 Things to AVOID as a leader’, here are the next 5 things (6-10) to avoid as a leader, and to move your career and life to the next level. As much as possible, DON’T do the following: Tell the world how smart we are: The need to show

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