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How to Change Up Your Questions and Improve Your Results

December 2, 2021

The CEO was frustrated. He was quite sure that his directions had been clear, but his team members had not come through. He was beginning to think that they were lazy or didn’t care. He was especially worried because in the current environment he knew they’d be hard to replace, but he didn’t like the idea of carrying people who weren’t pulling their weight.

He started to map out how he could avoid some of the worst offenders or work around them, hoping they would at least do part of what he had assigned and thinking he would just try not to notice when they didn’t. He preferred to focus on the organization’s new plans and the people who actually were working effectively to make them a reality.

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