5 dangers of criticism

5 dangers of criticism
  • Losing yourself. 
  • Isolation.
  • Self-justification.
  • Bitterness.
  • Revenge.
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    Problem Solving


    Criticism, even done poorly, transforms leaders. The sting of criticism given years ago can still cling years later. Most often, criticisms humble you.

    Engage people early and often. Avoid isolation. It’s difficult to criticize the plan you had a hand in making.

    Choose teammates carefully. Don’t give persistent critics a seat at the table.

    Criticism is desirable and useful, even if it stings.

    Take criticism to a useful place by asking:

    • What do you suggest?
    • How can I be better?
    • What do you want?

    "Thank you," points criticism toward useful ends.

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    • Avoid arguments.
    • Show respect for the other person’s opinions. 
    • If you are wrong, admit it quickly.
    • To win someone to your cause, first convince him that you are his sincere friend.
    • Let the other people talk themselves out and try to see things from the other person’s point of view.
    • Let the other person feel that the idea is his or hers. 
    • Dramatize your ideas. The truth has to be made vivid, interesting, dramatic.



    Misunderstanding leadership

    Leaderships is one of the most misunderstood responsibilities in business.

    Many people confuse leadership with rank or authority.

    It’s impossible to think about risk and opportunity without a reference point. And ours is at most incomplete (if not totally wrong).

    Everything we think about risk and opportunity is shaped by our own specific situation and personal experience. So everybody has a view of risk shaped by narrow experiences but applied to the broad world.

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