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Lead by example, repeatedly.

Lead by example, repeatedly.

One of the best ways to create positive change is to look hard at your own work as an example of what you want to see. As Marcus Buckingham wrote in “First, Break All the Rules”:

“A manager has got to remember that he is on stage every day. His people are watching him. Everything he does, everything he says, and the way he says it, sends off clues to his employees. These clues affect performance. So never forget you are on that stage.”

When you want to tap the power of repetition, use YOUR example as a powerful piece of it.


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