Be a Leader – Confront Reality – Reason #78

Are you taking the difficult, I-don’t-want-to-deal-with-it issues head-on?

No longer brushing them under the rug but instead placing the issue square in the center of the table for discussion. It means not shying away and instead being genuine and direct about issues that may be affecting people’s hearts and minds. Jim Collins in his book, Good to Great, states, that good-to-great companies infused their decision making processes with “the brutal facts of reality.”

He further shares that Pitney Bowes executive Fred Purdue was quoted as saying “My job is to turn over rocks and look at the squiggly things, even if what you see can scare the hell out of you.” Are you talking about the ‘scary squiggly things’ that might impede your or your organization’s future? Claim your copy of my ebook by signing up for this free gift, 101 Reasons To Be A Passionate Leader: Why Developing Your Leadership Is Critical Today!

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