You are likely familiar with the concept that employees don’t quit companies, they quit bad leaders.
It is with this in mind that many organizations invest time, energy, and resources developing leaders who foster employee engagement.
Yes, employees might quit an organization because of a bad leader; however, these same employees may quit their own bad behaviors because of a great leader.
In other words, great leaders create a culture of quitters!
Some of you may be thinking…
Wait a second; great leaders create cultures that encourage people to try new approaches, take on different roles, and apply new solutions. They don’t create a culture of quitters.
Oh, yes they do!
Great leaders encourage people to quit trying in four key areas. This tool is designed to help you to help your people to become quitters. Download the pdf below and post, share, and use it!think-about-this
Patrick Leddin, PhD is a speaker, global leadership consultant, and The Wall Street Journal bestselling author of The Five-Week Leadership Challenge. Patrick is an Associate Professor at Vanderbilt University with a thriving leadership blog and podcast, and 25-years of leadership experience. He offers an unparalleled mix of academic rigor and real-world experience.