If you were given the task to cut down as many trees as possible in a short window of time and were given a blunt axe, would you take the time to first sharpen the axe? Let’s see if this is really true in your own business and what you can do to be even sharper.
After a number of conversations with both clients and then my own mentor, I just had to write about this – the power of asking questions. If you want to be a leader of a business, a community or a team, then it’s important to be able to communicate effectively and sometimes that means not doing all the talking!
As a leader you want to bring out the best in others so that not only they can perform better, but then so can the whole team and/or organization. I have drawn upon the parallels of leadership within my sport of beach volleyball, to come up with some tips to help you lead your team – whether as business owner, a group leader, a speaker or even a parent. What makes my sport of Beach Volleyball unique is that we are a team of just 2 people and we rely on each other to win every point. I am still