Working with Others

If you’re a Service Leaver, Veteran or Reservist who is adapting to life after the military, my weekly emails will help you.

How might we need to do less working, and more listening?

What is your poker face really saying? And how might it be letting you down?

Maybe you have a “tell”, does everyone else know what that means, or are you assuming?

If you could create a secret code for your team, what might it indicate? And how will you ensure everyone knows about it?

“Show-smiles everyone 😁”, may work in the short term as a necessary tactic. How are you ensuring this isn’t becoming the long term go-to strategy?

Vulnerability is not about baring your soul and airing your dirty laundry.

Vulnerability is knowing when you need help, and having the courage to ask for it from the right people, at the right time and in the right way.

How might you offer time and space for that process to happen?

Being a professional leader does not automatically grant the status of being the only genius in the room.

It’s everyone else who gets to decide that. So, where might other geniuses be lurking, fearing to raise their hand and be heard?

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