Join Mike Figliuolo for an in-depth discussion in this video Treating people as individuals, part of Developing Your Leadership Philosophy.
- No one wants to be treated like a faceless…cog in the machine.…We all want to be known as individuals,…we want to feel like our wants and needs…are important, especially to our leaders.…The members of your team expect the same of you.…We all need maxims to remind us to stop treating them…as a functional role like my analyst, my project manager,…my team member, and think of them as Joe and Susan and Bill.…
When I was in the army,…I had a soldier who was a problem child.…He would show up late, he wouldn't do his job,…he would look all disheveled, sometimes he would talk back.…He caused us a lot of problems.…We were out at Tank Gunnery at one point…and it was hot, it was a summer day, and I gave my driver…five bucks and a list of stuff to go get…at the little snack tent down the way.…And when my driver came back, he started handing out…the sodas to the members of my platoon…and he handed the problem child a can of 7UP.…
And the problem child looked at him and he said,…"You know I drink 7UP?"…And my driver said, no, Lieutenant Fig…
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