Redefining F.E.A.R.: Maximizing Limited Resources with Unlimited Ideas
Maximize Limited Resources with Unlimited Ideas
Tired of wasted time, money, and effort? Whether you're managing a team of three or leading a business of three thousand, problems with low morale, decreased productivity, ineffective communication, time consuming re-work, and lack of creative problem solving are a reality. When limited success and repetition replace progress in your organization, decisions based on fear are often to blame.
Embark on a journey through the mythical Kingdom of Kaos where business consultant and leadership expert Karen Evenson helps you master four critical leadership practices by Redefining F.E.A.R.
Focus on and facilitate a culture that is open to change and emphasizes creative thinking. Empower and encourage your people to take initiative in collaborative problem solving. Assess and act on the ideas. Recognize and reward your people.
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