Last week, I shared how the art of leadership is saying no, not saying yes. This week, I thought we should change it up a bit.
Let’s face it, it would have been hard for Barack Obama to be elected on a “No we can’t” platform. A wise leader weighs the “yes” and “no” before committing to a course of action, and sometimes they even change their minds.
Entrepreneur | The 5 Times Leaders Need to Say Yes
HuffingtonPost | Why Great Leaders Say Yes First
Forbes | How Leaders Should Say No at Work
CJ | Career Success Can Be as Simple as ABC.
TED | My Year of Saying Yes to Everything: Shonda Rhimes
Leading, along the road with you!
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