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LEADING THE UNWILLING

By Sean Glaze | peopledevelopmentmagazine

As a leader in your organization, you may sometimes think that you are leading the unwilling

It can be exhausting to feel that you are dragging your people behind you as if they were dead weight.  Their lack of enthusiasm or the fact that they are unwilling to make a sincere effort to move in the direction you’ve identified as important may be a danger sign you need to address.

It can be exhausting to feel that you are dragging your people behind you as if they were dead weight.  Their lack of enthusiasm or the fact that they are unwilling to make a sincere effort to move in the direction you’ve identified as important may be a danger sign you need to address.

It is no fun to catch yourself nagging your people to do what you need them to in order for team expectations to be met.  Leadership should be a process of encouraging and supporting your people and supporting their growth and efforts.

Leadership behaviors should not include nagging and dragging.

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Sean Glaze

Sean Glaze

Speaker, Author, Facilitator at Great Results Teambuilding
Sean Glaze inspires people to have fun laughing together so they can have more success working together. His two books, The Unexpected Leader and Rapid Teamwork are powerful parables for building and leading great teams! As a successful basketball coach and educator for over 20 years, Sean gained valuable insights into how to develop winning teams – and founded Great Results Teambuilding to share those lessons… Today, he travels around the country delivering interactive team building events and entertaining keynotes that transform employees into winning teammates!
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