4 questions to avoid
controversy
To go to question 1, click here.
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Question 2:
"What will be the consequences should my people find out about
my decision from someone else?”

In many cases it would be detrimental to your relationship with those
you lead if your decisions are made known to them by someone other
than yourself. Granted, there will be some decisions that cannot be
revealed in advance of the public announcement – however there is
usually no problem with simultaneously telling your team when the
public announcement is made.

To go to question 3,
click here.


This is an excerpt from “Life’s Leadership Lessons” a collection of 53
anecdotal leadership lessons, each with an anecdote and the application
of the topic in your everyday life. It is designed for use in weekly staff
meetings or for personal development.

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