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Everyone has opportunities to take the wheel at work. In fact, it might help to think of your business as an entire fleet of vehicles. Every time a team member serves as the lead on a project or proposes an idea for your consideration, they are in the driver's seat. When team members advo...
As a leader, you are used to being in the driver's seat -- and you may think that you have to be there at all times. But the truth is that you can't be in the driver's seat all the time. It simply isn't sustainable.
If you never teach other people how to drive, who wi...
To determine the best way to engage your team in their work and entrust them with greater responsibility, you first have to know where they're sitting.
In the workplace, the people in the driver's seat are the ones who take full responsibility for themselves, their actions, and the well-bei...
In the workplace, the people in the passenger's seat take full responsibility for themselves and their actions, and they share responsibility for the team's well-being. Like drivers, they are more self-aware than most people; they understand how they function best and the impact of their ...
Many backseaters will also spend time in the front seat, but once they complete their work, they can sit back and enjoy the view.
In the workplace, the people in the backseat generally fall into one of three categories: respite seekers, coasters, and backseat drivers.
Respite seekers are comfortable sitting in the front seat, and they can jump up front when needed. They have proven leadership skills, communicate well with others, and are able to prioritize their well-being.
They probably won't stay in the back seat for long, but while t...
Coasters are often hyper-aware of their surroundings and want to avoid making waves or drawing attention to themselves. They are often very tuned in to their colleagues but don't always know how to communicate their needs and desires.
Although generally competent at their...
Backseat drivers take little responsibility for themselves and their actions. They either aren't aware of how their behavior impacts others, or they simply don't care. They can also be critical of those in the front seat instead of productively communicating their needs and frustrations
In a high-performing team, every member spends most of their time in the driver's seat or the front passenger seat with shorter periods in the back seat. To help your team get into the front seat and stay there, you need to foster a culture of open and honest communication.
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You would be able to notice a difference between an expert driver and a beginner. The differences are quite small but noticeable. Because of his experience, an expert driver treats and drives the car differently. Beginners might not understand the reasoning behind what the expert driver is doing at first but as they gain some experience in driving, they will be able to understand them. Here, are some driving habits that differentiate expert drivers from beginners.
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