Join Mike Figliuolo for an in-depth discussion in this video Overcoming common obstacles, part of Developing Your Leadership Philosophy.
Man in blue shirt: As you roll out your leadership…philosophy and share it with others,…and try to live it on a daily basis,…you're gong to run into some obstacles.…This is challenging stuff.…Some of the most common obstacles,…first, is if you really didn't get…to the emotional side of things…with your maxims as you created them.…A warning sign on that is if you…read your maxims and you don't get excited…and smile, or get disappointed when you…think about those painful stories.…
If you don't feel those maxims emotionally,…you're at risk of not living up to them.…They're going to be much more cerebral.…You're going to be able to logic your way…into not living up to the maxims.…That's the first pitfall, is not making…them emotionally resonant for you.…Second, when you explain them to the…members of your team,…if you don't live up to them,…you need to be open to being called on it.…That translation between here's my…philosophy and here are the behaviors…you should see from me as a leader,…if that breaks down and your team is seeing…
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