This Huddle teaches the 3 Questions of Approachable Leaders: Do You Have What You Need? What Would Make Work Better? What’s Next?
Leadership is a journey, not a destination. Where will you go next? Now that you have completed the core teachings of Approachable Leadership it is time to begin mapping the next phase of your journey. In this lesson you will: Look Back, Map Out a New Destination, and Look for Guides
This Huddle teaches how the best leaders motivate others. Topics include: The Biggest Lie We Tell Leaders, Why the Best Leaders “Disappear”, and The Right Way to Motivate
This Huddle teaches how to Stop, Listen, Confirm, and Collaborate: developing empathy to enrich connection. Key topics include: Right Feeling and Empathy, Listening vs. Fixing, and Problem-Focused Questions vs. Solution-Focused Questions.
This Huddle teaches the starting point of connection: Openness or Right Space. Topics include: Welcome to My Home (What physical space says about you), RBF (what do you see when you look in the mirror), and Welcoming Behaviors.
This Huddle teaches the power of connection, and the Approachability Window: Topics include: The Open Window, the Hidden Area, and Blind Spots; How to share with others; and How to ask for feedback.
This Huddle teaches how to recognize Power Distance Gaps, and how to shrink those gaps: Topics include: What happens when Power Distance is low? Recognizing physical, behavioral and verbal gaps; and Discussion starters and ways to shrink these gaps.
This Huddle teaches the Progress Principle and the third question of Approachable Leadership, What’s next? Topics include: Focus on Progress, not “happiness,” Journey vs. Destination, and The Win, Know, Show Progress Model.
Part of a leader’s job is to Reduce Friction (the F-Word), creating the right space so the team members can do their best work. Topic include: The PITA principle (what is the “pain in the a$#” your team members have to deal with?); and What would make work better? (the second question of Approachable Leadership).
This Huddle teaches the Hero Assumption and the first question of Approachable Leaders, Do You Have What You Need? Topics include: The Hero Assumption; Recognizing Sources & Tendencies for assumptions; and Identify If/Then triggers to encourage choosing the Hero Assumption