Monthly Archives: December 2012

Keys to Being Consistent and Predictable Module Four

Leaders, in families, among friends, or at church or temple are all more effective when they are consistent and predictable.  Cat burglars  and boxers benefit from being unpredictable.  Managers, supervisors, leaders, parents and teachers lose ground when people can’t count … Continue reading

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Keys to Being Consistent and Predictable Part Three

You can do more to be consistent and predictable in your life.  There are some places where inconsistency and unpredictability pay off, such as being an offensive or defensive coordinator for a football team.  Or being a military strategist.  Keeping … Continue reading

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Keys to Being Consistent and Predictable: Part Two

Consistency and predictability are supremely important to people in a leadership position.  Care enough about your employees, your peers, your kids, friends and spouse to present a consistent persona.  That way none of the people you care about have to … Continue reading

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Webinar: Master a Powerful New Way to Deal With Issues in a Timely Manner or Crushing Baby Godzillas

People avoid tough coaching conversations not because they are stupid or lazy or don’t care.  People avoid the tough coaching conversations because they don’t own a process that they have confidence in to give them courage to have those conversations. … Continue reading

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Keys to Being Consistent and Predictable: Part One

By now you all know consistency is one of the keys to being a good leader, manager, supervisor, boss, or parent.  If you don’t know why here is one reason.  Say you lead a team of ten people.  You are … Continue reading

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