Monday 29 August 2011

Eliminating show from your leadership and adding more value

On August 15th I began posting weekly sparkenations to my websites and here.
This weeks:
There is a saying about professional golf that goes something like “driving is for show and putting is for dough.” The folk who win golf tournaments have great short games and are not necessarily great at the big shots.

What will you eliminate this week from your leadership that is show and what will you add that other people will find really valuable?

You can read previous weekly sparkenations here.

In my Changing What's Normal book there are 58 sparkenations.

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Sparkenation: a spark that ignites passion that leads to action that changes what's normal


Roberta Budvietas said...

So leadership comes down to taking care of the small details?
I knew that just doing big picture stuff would not get the money. Thanks Ian

Ian Berry said...

LOL Roberta. As Anita Roddick once said: "If you don't believe little things make the big difference, then you have never been to bed with a mosquito."