Dec 29, 2015
There’s a certain kind of Natural Consequence that’s more powerful than any other. It’s the consequence that the other person is not aware of. It’s the consequence that you know about, but they don’t.
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Dec 22, 2015
When someone’s not doing what you want them to do, or not doing what they ought to be doing, it’s because either they can’t, or they don’t want to. Ability, or motivation.
Solving a motivation problem can often be complicated, so let’s start by debunking a myth. The opposite of ‘motivated’...
Dec 18, 2015
Have you had a conversation with someone to hold them accountable in the last six months? Multiple conversations?
Were those conversations easy? Did they go perfectly according to plan?
If you’re like most people, then probably not.
Here’s the thing, it’s not just what we say in those...
Dec 8, 2015
Joseph Grenny on Abusing Power To Motivate Change -
We’re often asked what our most important findings are from our research in Crucial Accountability. There are actually two revolutionary concepts. The first is safety - creating an environment where it’s possible to talk about almost anything with anyone. It’s...