I think we all have the ability to “see the speck in another’s eye, and fail to see the log in our own”… Meaning that as people we can very easily see other people’s shortcomings, and the ‘easy’ fix to many of their problems, while we have no clue as to how to fix our own problems.
As leaders, it’s kind of our job to judge others, and we can often see exactly what they need to, or could do, and we have to communicate that. However I’ve learned (from both sides) that this is easier said than done.
From our standpoint as a leader the steps that can or should be taken are as clear as day, and often relatively easy. I’ve attempted a couple of different styles of conveying my thoughts to my team members. And only one of them has been really successful.
First I tried just…
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