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We are getting a ton of questions!!! Thanks to everyone who has gone over to ChrisLoCurto.com/AskChris and left us a message. We love it!
Todays question is a tuff one: How do you lead when your hands are tied.
This one’s all about leadership.
Our caller is in the public sector and doesn’t have the authority to necessarily give a raise or fire anyone. How do you lead?
I think you will get a few actionable take aways from her question.
I’d also love to know if you have any tips for handling this situation. Leave a comment below and let us know.
In todays podcast you will learn:
- Chris’s definition of leadership
- The importance of knowing your “why”
- How to motivate your team
- Using your “why” to motivate your team
- The smart way to reprimand
AND for the month of December we are giving away a FREE DISC Personality Style Test to EVERYONE who leaves us an iTunes Review. EVERYONE!!!
So go to iTunes, leave a review, send an email to [email protected], reference your review with your name and we’ll make sure you get your FREE Test.