My New Year’s Resolution: Brutal Honesty

January 12, 2017 | Justin Gray | No Comments |

“Why” is powerful, but it isn’t always easy.

It isn’t easy admitting fault or shortcomings, but it’s essential if you want others to trust and engage with you. Your team can’t deliver 100% solutions if you haven’t shown them 100% of the problem. This year, I’m going all-in and betting big on the power of our “why” by being brutally honest with my team.

Tapping into employee potential requires the humility to share both the good and the bad. Being brutally honest is often uncomfortable, but the results it drives make it totally worth it.

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