151 Quick Ideas to Inspire Your Staff by Jerry Wilson

By Jerry Wilson

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But it is really about changing how you lead. It’s about helping you identify the mistakes you have been making so you can move into a new style of operating. It is about taking on a new way of thinking and acting so you can get the outcome you want. One savvy executive claims to think of himself as a RotoRooter man. He sees his employees as working in a long draining tube, and his job is to flush out everything that clogs up the flow. If you don’t, you’re not adding real value. It is your team’s responsibility to do your job with excellence.

Your job is to root out those roadblocks and smoothe the way. In addition, always look for resources your team needs for success, but does not currently have. Find ways to gain those resources. Then watch how fast employees succeed when they realize you are helping them succeed! ” Discuss internal processes with your team to discover what roadblocks they routinely encounter and what assets or resources they need to be more effective and/or productive. Record these on your two cards. Then, using the cards as your attack plan, work to remove obstacles and gain those resources.

As I worked with Gary, the problem with his leadership style leaped out of every sentence, every interaction, and every conversation with his workers. It was the deadly “I” message: I want you to do this. I want you to fix this. I want you to…. I, I, I. He sounded like a 2- or 3-year-old we expect to be caught up in the “I want” syndrome. What Gary had to do was rethink his leadership style and realize that at the end of the day people do things for their reasons, not yours. As Gary began to study and learn this important truth he made a 3 × 5 card that I recommend you duplicate for your daily review.

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