You’re in charge of a group tasked with reaching ambitious objectives. You want to assist them in becoming stronger and healthier as a group so that you can achieve your objectives. You’ve read that cultivating personal connections is important, but you don’t want to cross the threshold. What’s the best way to figure out what to say and what not to say? In leadership, showing up with your whole personality, including the experience that has shaped who you are, can allow you to lead your team better and give them consent to show up as themselves. Only then will you be able to work to your best ability to attain the summit as a team.
The Crossroads of Special Operations