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Look inward for all the validation you need of the impact your leadership is having.
Your leadership is far more powerful when you use observations rather than evaluations.
When you apologize for someone else, you are blaming them for the problem.
Give people space to look after themselves. Otherwise, the change you face may happen when they leave you.
Imagine where they’ll be when improving something every day becomes the new status quo.
It’s all about your perspective.
The next time you have an urge to offer constructive criticism, try offering an observation instead.
The team has more answers than they are giving themselves credit for. Help them lead themselves past what has them stuck.
I cannot think of a better way to help a team succeed than to have them lead themselves.
However, stay committed to earning your leadership every day, and you will be a leader.
Team building is an art form. You never know what beauty might emerge with each stroke of the brush.
Rather than saying a problem can’t be true because it’s the first you hear about a problem, take a different approach.