Toxic vagueness

Some people cover everything they say in a fuzzy layer of vagueness so they can never be questioned or challenged.

It’s a sign of a toxic work culture.

Healthy work cultures invite questions. In a healthy work culture you’re keen to seek out the challenge.

In a toxic work culture, it’s often more about the person than anything. Ultimately, of course, about who’s to blame if something fails. So you better cover yourself.

In a healthy work culture, the opposite is true. It’s about the destination and how we can best get there. As a team. And so you seek out the loopholes.

Clarity is the tool to achieve this. Leaders who light the path invite it.

What if you could speak with irresistible clarity?

My eBook teaches you a 5-step process that works

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Opinionated leadership

Someone once told me that “there’s no prospering team that’s not led by a strong leader with strong opinions.” And, indeed, reality seems to prove

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Speaking to a crowd?

Many presenters approach presenting as the task of speaking to a group of people. What would you do differently if, instead, you spoke to just

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