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Here’s how to shape questions that will save you from irritation and conflict.
When faced with new challenges, we have an opportunity to rethink how we play the game.
Here’s what’s missing from most leadership team meetings.
Four ways to handle emotions without exploding them in our faces.
You know you’ve grown when you can give your wisdom away.
If you handle emotions poorly, get ready for the explosion.
Pros use mismatches between what someone says and their emotional cues to learn the truth.
One mark of wisdom is the drama it avoids.
Feelings are the truth serum for how we’re really doing.
Sometimes the first step in growth looks like a fall.
Once you get good at identifying other people’s motives, you might be tempted to move from discovery to critique. “I always knew he was a selfish jerk,” you might think. “That motive is just plain… yuck.” It makes it easy to dismiss someone when we smugly think that...
While we don’t expect to always get our way, we all have two universal motives.