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At Level 6 on the Ladder of Leadership decisions are made by the people doing the work without your involvement. Leaders put into place the structure that pushes authority for decisions to those with the information. Let the people doing the work make the decisions about the work. Learn more by reading this blog post: Use...

Use the Ladder of Leadership to become a “Know, Don’t Tell” leader. watch this Nudge for more information Leadership Nudge® 327 – Be a “Know, Don’t Tell” Leader One of our frameworks is focused on this idea of knowing and telling. And the idea is, you want as much as possible to be a “Don’t Tell”...

Traditionally, we send “decision-making” up the chain of command and “taking action” down the chain. Now we want to activate everyone’s thinking.  Create a Decide List for your team and invite them into the decision making. This will move your boss into a support role of bringing you resources and performing actions that help advance...

Operating at Level 5 on the Ladder of Leadership benefits your work environment. When intent is stated before the action takes place, there is a high level of transparency, communication and ownership. Acting at level 6 and 7 is actually less psychologically safe because we can only comment after the action has occurred.

What’s the Difference? What is the difference between “I would like to” and “I intend to”? Watch David and Wilbert explain. “I would like to” is asking permission. If the boss doesn’t say ok, things stay stagnant. In Intent-Based Leadership, the person who says “I intend to” is indicating three things: 1. They feel they...

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