A Leading with Honor FAQ – “How can accountability principles that you use for training be adapted into my personal life (family, spouse, and children)?”
Lee’s Answer – “Very much the same as described in the previous chapters and in this one. Human nature is the same. The one thing about home life is that we don’t always have the power we think we do and therefore have to lead more by influence and example. That’s a good thing I think.
It’s just hard for some people who lead by ‘command’ at work (people jump when they speak) to make the adjustment at home—where things need to be more collaborative. Of course the collaborative approach generally works best for developing the next generation, both at home and work.”
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This FAQ was taken from the book, Engage with Honor: Building a Culture of Courageous Accountability. Purchase your copy in the Store or your favorite retailer such as Amazon or Barnes and Noble.