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"How can I make someone do something I need them to do at work?" is one of the most common questions I hear as I speak to groups across the country. Most are surprised to find out that trying to change someone is nearly impossible - but you can stop enabling them. Enabling the behavior you don't want is typically what leads to so much conflict or behavior that isn't what you prefer.
This podcast dives deeper into this killer of accountability and gives you some practical ideas to ease the enabling in your life and as a leader.
Understanding the examples in this podcast and how much we are often enabling the exact behavior we wish we weren't seeing on our teams is a powerful step in evolving our leadership.
These concepts have been something I have spent a lot of time thinking about over the last 6 months or so.
So if you are someone wondering:
- How do I change someone
- How can I make someone step up
- How can I lead differently
- What can't I hold someone accountable?
- How to make someone do something at work
Then this podcast will have some amazing ideas and examples for you!
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Can't wait you hear your guys' thoughts on this one and how thinking about this more continues to help you ditch the drama.
Have a great week! - Alex