The Ambiguity Trap

A major barrier to executing your goals as a leader is ambiguity. Keeping your goals vague and flexible may minimize risk and create safety, but this often leads to inaction. Achieving results requires clear direction, actions, and behaviors.

Join FranklinCovey national practice leader Scott Thele as he talks with UK practice leader Ray McGrath and Scandinavian execution practitioner Carsten Lingaard about the ambiguity trap and how to go from misalignment to measurable execution.

Quiet hiring is the latest term to dominate the workplace conversation. Download our newest guide to learn how quiet hiring builds trust, provides opportunities, and increases breakthrough results in your organization.

Previous Video
The Urgency Trap
The Urgency Trap

If you’re constantly overwhelmed by everything in the whirlwind, how can you step out of 'urgency culture' ...

Next Video
Checking in on Your Goals
Checking in on Your Goals

While the new year is a great time to set goals, many people fail to reach them because of this common mist...

Join the Be a Better Leader Newsletter to receive episodes and resources weekly!