Leaders create opportunities for people to ask questions, but also pose questions to start conversations. This helps Leaders provide the information needed for clarity. Here’s Peter with more. It’s another lively session of the Prime Minister’s questions, live from the House of Commons in London where the Prime Minister undergoes a weekly interrogation from MPs...

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Leaders provide information to help mitigate anxiety and mistakes. Here’s David to Heathrow Airport with an example. “Provide Information” is one of our practices. Sometimes we say, “Provide information not instructions.” But you can start by simply providing information. I’m on this shuttle bus in Heathrow.  I’m going from terminal 4 to 2, which is...

Top-down organizations make it difficult for information to flow from the bottom up. Here’s Peter, in Iceland, with more. Look at these sensational waterfalls here in Gullfoss, in Iceland. It’s just absolutely amazing and a stunning amount of water, which is cascading down just day in and day out. Of course, your organization’s information can...

Leaders give information, not instructions, so people with control can make better decisions based on that information. Here’s David with an example. Professionals pass information. Amateurs give instructions.   When I see a couple of people trying to park a car, or some volunteer is going to help you park your car, it was always they’re...

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De-escalate your emotions in stressful situations by imagining you are observing the situation from another vantage point. Watch as David  explains the value of getting out from behind your own eyeballs. If you’re going into a stressful event (maybe it’s an evaluation or feedback for you) and you anticipate you might get kind of your...

Practice using open questions to be curious, not compelling. Watch David explain how to become a Question Master. Here’s an activity that will have you practice being curious before being compelling. Have someone write down every question you ask in a meeting = verbatim. What I’m looking for is it needs to be specific enough...

When we use self-deprecating language, we negate the words that follow. Stop saying things like “I’m just . . . a receptionist . . .” or “I’ve been here just two years . . .” Instead, remove the word “just” and say what you think and what you see. Your voice matters! Hey, here’s a...

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Intent-Based Leadership International, LLC • 1435 E. Venice Ave #104-173 • Venice, FL 34292 • +1.941.408.0311