We have received some great questions in from our listeners. We are unpacking two of those on the podcast.
Our first call came in from Nick, which by the way will be joining us at the Next-Level Leadership LIVE event. His question is one that I hear often,
“I had a question concerning the previous podcast recently about having the difficult conversation. I have a field supervisor in commercial HVAC over me who is a very very immature high I.
There’s all kinds of chaos as a result of that immaturity that he doesn’t even know is there, doesn’t even know why it’s there. But it translates into his decisions that he’s making and how it effects work in the field, the guys in the field.
My question is, how do you have a difficult conversation with an immature high I?”
Our second question was from Javier. He asked,
“Working in launching a new program or business that revolves around strategic planning consulting and leadership development for non profit organizations in Texas.
Now the reality is, I have a lot of experience, I have a great deal of knowledge both academically speaking and in the trenches leading. I know I have a lot of value to give and I know leaders know it too, but given the industry and my target segment I am facing the issue that not everyone is really willing to pay for my services.
They do find the value in it but they don’t necessarily want to pay or have the money to pay it. Would you mind speaking into that?”
Both great questions! Listen to the podcast to hear me walk Nick and Javier through a process to help them with their questions.
If you have a question, click on the “Ask Chris” button on the right of the page and leave me a message. We would love to hear from you!
Also, do not miss out on our May event. Do not miss out on the Next-Level Leadership LIVE event here in May.
You’ve got to get to this event because it is going to absolutely change the way you lead your team, the way you lead your business.
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