Most decisions you make will not involve controversy.
However when you are faced with a decision and that little
bell goes off, you need to ask yourself these questions
which all revolve around how your people will look at your

Question 1:

“How will my decision look on the front page of
tomorrow's newspaper?”

Get in the habit of seeing your decision in headlines. Does
the headline indicate a “good news” story or is it
scandalous? In addition to generating a powerful subject
line for letters and email, this headline will tip you off to
potential scandals or problems.

To go to question 2, 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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Avoiding Conflict
4 key questions
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