You just had a conversation in which you agreed to do something. You made a commitment. How do you want the other person to feel, as they walk away from you?
You want to be a leader who thrives. You can’t thrive if people don’t trust you.
Handing over the reigns.
Letting other people take control.
Encouraging them to call the shots.
Easier said than done, right? Especially when the stakes have gotten so high, the margins so slim, and the competition so fierce.
We just sat down with Dan Loney of Wharton’s @BizRadio111. What a cool guy. We loved talking with him!
Dan asked provocative questions about how trust works in our workplace relationships. Our conversation was stimulating, and we know you’d benefit from listening to it. The catch?
How do people develop into transformational leaders? Is it through coaching? Training? Educating?
According to Bank of Maroda Chairman Ravi Venkatesan in his insightful piece Building leadership: Unleash the disrupters, it’s none of those things: