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score = 6* What people who work with him say: “Wayne is very brave and can say things we only think about. He is willing to take the risk but with the intention of improving the situation. I really appreciate working with him and watching him in action.” “Wayne is excellent at pushing the envelope to make the business succeed and help people exceed their goals. He has made very good strides in creating opportunities to grow the business during very difficult economic times in the past few
spite of the situation. 8. Speak to Someone Who Is Not Affected by the Change When things change suddenly, your brain is constantly thinking, constantly sorting and analyzing information to decide the best course of action. The problem is, the only information your brain has to go on is what you’ve given it—what you’ve seen before and what’s happening now. The way our minds are structured, it’s far too easy to get stuck on a single train of thought. Allow this to happen, and you’re severely
needs—they understand that an organization must make decisions to ensure the livelihood of the entity even when the decision benefits some more than others. 2. Thoroughly discuss the impact decisions made will have on people. If you don’t take the time to talk through how the repercussions of decisions will impact everyone (including providing ample opportunity for people to ask questions), then you’ve left out critical information. People want to understand the fallout, big or small, from
who steals the limelight. Credibility is gained over time when you contribute just what people need. Comedians say they are only as funny as their last joke, and leaders are only as credible as their recent actions or words would suggest. If your bio is packed with impressive degrees, but that stance you took in today’s meeting doesn’t hold water, your credibility can sink. Adaptive leaders take steps in three areas to build their credibility: 1) what they know, 2) who they are, and 3) how they
expertise and perspective focused on the larger strategic relevance of the scope we are taking on and how the team is working together and communicating.” “In today’s economic environment, she needs to be better informed about the organization’s fundamentals, increase her willingness to take risks, and challenge the status quo. For example, she discussed unrelated regulations during discussions at the Transformation Committee, not realizing she had them confused.” Jeff D. Acumen score = 1.8