Two things stand out in today’s article-  

  1. 1. You need to have clear values and priorities as a leadership team so individuals can make effective   I keep thinking back to the Tylenol tampering and how short of a time the executive deliberated on what to do.  The CEO looked at their values and said there was no choice but to pull all the products if they were going to live up to their values. How clear are you with your team on your values? 
  1. Big change requires big bridges.  As a leader, you owe it to your team to know them deeply and personally.  You should be their biggest advocate.  Even the simple game we always played as a family can bond you and your team.  Each week you ask each team member to share with you their high of the week and their low.  You then watch for patterns so you can see if they are getting burnt out or underutilized. 

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