I often see people questioning their strengths because they have been overused. In a world that seems to find more value in quality rather than quantity this can easily happen.
Not only will you learn to coach others more effectively but you will also get to know them and develop a more productive, collaborative, and engaged relationship.
Trusting someone with your life is a different level and type of trust than trusting someone to be on time consistently. Of course there are several levels in between. First we need to define what level of trust you’re talking about because the wild card is that “Perception is Reality”.
Most people don’t really believe Collaborative Conflict is possible… but it is. In fact it’s a necessary, even critical part of effective team dynamics.
If you don’t know who you are, you’ll spend the rest of our life living other people’s dreams. Identity must precede activity. Who you are and what’s important to you should dictate what you do and how you live your life.
What works for Peter may not work for Pauline. Many business leaders believe that one size fits all.
WHAT we say is almost never the problem but rather HOW we say it. I have been through this hundreds of times where conflict is created not just by the subject but mostly by the delivery.