59. Speaking so that others will listen, becoming a leader you wished you had, and the power of admitting own mistakes


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Ever wonder why other people just don't seem to 'get' it?

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You might be closer to this than you realized. Start and find out:

  1. Which counter-intuitive thing you must do when you've made a mistake.
  2. Why people don't seem to respond to what you have to say. And,
  3. How to deal with needing to avoid difficult conversations.

In today’s episode with Phil Brown from High 5 Adventure, leadership trainer for groups like the Boston Bruins, we’ll unpack:

  • How to rise beyond what typically makes people panic in a group program.
  • The transformative power of discovering what it really takes to have difficult conversations.
  • Key elements of how to earn trust, even if you're new.
  • What to say if you're irritated by something or someone.

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