Monthly Archives: March 2012
Robert Sutton makes a valid argument against the case for limiting oneself to big picture thinking. I’ve often argued that execution is the most important part of leadership. Anyone can come up with great ideas, but can you bring those plans to life and get results? Execution – and the ability to manage inherent details – […]
Engaging in a fierce conversation is an act of kindness. We call it fierce because it requires courage to step beyond the barriers disguised as harmless clichés and enter into true dialogue that builds understanding. It means talking about stuff that matters. And it means admitting the part we played in creating the problem or in allowing it to continue.