Most Leaders Understand How Difficult it is to Execute on a Strategy that Requires a Change in Other Peoples' Behavior.
But it’s a rare leader that thinks about how they personally can be better at this.
What you are more likely to hear is, “I wish I didn’t have Tony, Mark, and Sue on my team.” Right?
The tendency, of course, for all of us is to blame the people. They are the ones not doing it! Who would you like me to blame?
But Edwards Deming taught that anytime the majority of people behave a particular way the majority of the time, your problem is not the people. The problem is in the system. And the leader has to own that.
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