Myth # 7 The Single Point of Contact

Myth # 7 The Single Point of Contact

“I Need To Have A Single Point Of Contact Who Has The Ability To Resolve Any Issue Within Their Span Of Control” (Chapter 7) As leaders, we sometimes feel obligated to know everything. Therefore, we aim to be that single point of contact when managing complex change...
Myth # 8 Communicating the Vision

Myth # 8 Communicating the Vision

“I’m Able To Convey My Vision And Plan Clearly, But Often My Team Just Doesn’t Get It” (Chapter 8) I often find that executives and team leaders use a common saying when working on projects they understand but have difficulty explaining, this being “isn’t it obvious.”...
Myth #10 We Don’t Need Help

Myth #10 We Don’t Need Help

Rather than embracing a range of perspectives from sources outside of the business, a leader who plays the devil’s advocate takes the pessimistic approach, highlighting the faults and opposing new ideas. Playing devil’s advocate for a leader is a far easier option...