3 Steps to Compassionate Accountability
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Lecturing a family member, friend or colleague on their flaws is probably the least effective way of inspiring change in them. Providing opportunities for them to directly experience the skills and behaviors you’d like to see them practicing can be, in contrast, particularly effective.
Think of leading change in others as a twist on the age-old “Do unto others as you would have them do unto you”.
Behavioral research and day-to-day experience show consistent results. When we expect cooperation from someone who we ourselves are unwilling to support, the results will be spectacularly unproductive. Anticipating reciprocation from someone who has recently benefited from our own good deeds as a rule succeeds.
3 Steps to Compassionate Accountability provides a 3-phase model for exactly this kind of leadership. Ready to give it a go? Register now for instant FREE access.