23 min

Part 1 of 2: Richard Moran: The Leadership Perils of "Whatever‪"‬ The Dov Baron Show (previously known as Leadership and Loyalty)

    • Society & Culture

Have you been bothered by someone who responded with "whatever” to you?
I don't know about you, but I find that response dismissive and disrespectful.
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Bain & Company is a global consultancy whose research has found a consistent correlation between a company's ability to make and execute decisions and its financial performance. Companies that excel at decision effectiveness outperform their peers by a significant margin—over four times the returns to shareholders over 5 years and higher profits.
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Bain's research has revealed some of the typical decision-making mistakes that companies often fall into, each with its own potential pitfalls:
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Perfectionism - Pursuing the 'perfect' decision can often lead to delays and missed opportunities. It's crucial to prioritize timely, well-informed decisions over perfection. 
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Indecision/Inaction—Failing to decide, thinking that not deciding is better than making a mistake. This decision can also have negative consequences.
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Dodging or avoiding difficult decisions - Failing to make tough calls out of fear of the consequences.
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Our guest for the next two episodes is Richard Moran. Richard has written ten books and has a compelling syndicated radio show called "In the Workplace." 
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He has been a CEO, a venture capitalist, a college president, a business leader in Silicon Valley, and a judge for the Canadian Innovation Exchange. 
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Richard is best known for his series of humorous business books, beginning with the bestselling Never Confuse a Memo with Reality, which started the genre of Business Bullet Books.
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His latest book is:  "Never Say Whatever: How Small Decisions Make a Big Difference."
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Website
https://www.richardmoran.com
Social Media
https://twitter.com/richmoran   
https://www.linkedin.com/in/richardamoran
Part 1:  How Small Decisions Make a Big Difference
The 3 Most Dangerous Questions A Leader Can Say "Whatever" To Self-Awareness And Tough Decision-Making The Importance of Clarifying Job Roles Recognize All Leadership Decisions Will Have Drawbacks  The Illusive Skills of Observation And Listening Developing Curiosity to Be A Better Leader Lessons From Being a New Jersey Lifeguard Listening To Employees to Synthesize Solutions. Big Versus Small Organizations and The "Whatever" Cultures  Courage, Curiosity, And Decision-Making .
Dov Baron's brand new course has just been released on coursifyx.com/belonging -------------
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Titled: "CREATING A CULTURE OF BELONGING."
The course is separated into eight sections that will take you by the hand and walk you through exactly how to create a culture of belonging.
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Because: CREATING A CULTURE OF BELONGING MAXIMIZES PERSONAL AND CORPORATE SUCCESS.
Get Ready to strap on the tanks and Dive Deep into, What it Takes to Create a Culture of Belonging in your organization!
Curious to know more? coursifyx.com/belonging
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 "Those Who Control Meaning for The Tribe, Also Control The Movement of That Tribe"
#leadership
#leadershipdevelopment
#emotionsourcecode
#neuroscience
#emotional
#meaning
#emotional
#logic
#culture
#curiosity
#humanbehavior
#purpose
 

Have you been bothered by someone who responded with "whatever” to you?
I don't know about you, but I find that response dismissive and disrespectful.
.
Bain & Company is a global consultancy whose research has found a consistent correlation between a company's ability to make and execute decisions and its financial performance. Companies that excel at decision effectiveness outperform their peers by a significant margin—over four times the returns to shareholders over 5 years and higher profits.
.
Bain's research has revealed some of the typical decision-making mistakes that companies often fall into, each with its own potential pitfalls:
.
Perfectionism - Pursuing the 'perfect' decision can often lead to delays and missed opportunities. It's crucial to prioritize timely, well-informed decisions over perfection. 
.
Indecision/Inaction—Failing to decide, thinking that not deciding is better than making a mistake. This decision can also have negative consequences.
.
Dodging or avoiding difficult decisions - Failing to make tough calls out of fear of the consequences.
.

Our guest for the next two episodes is Richard Moran. Richard has written ten books and has a compelling syndicated radio show called "In the Workplace." 
.
He has been a CEO, a venture capitalist, a college president, a business leader in Silicon Valley, and a judge for the Canadian Innovation Exchange. 
.
Richard is best known for his series of humorous business books, beginning with the bestselling Never Confuse a Memo with Reality, which started the genre of Business Bullet Books.
.
His latest book is:  "Never Say Whatever: How Small Decisions Make a Big Difference."
.
Website
https://www.richardmoran.com
Social Media
https://twitter.com/richmoran   
https://www.linkedin.com/in/richardamoran
Part 1:  How Small Decisions Make a Big Difference
The 3 Most Dangerous Questions A Leader Can Say "Whatever" To Self-Awareness And Tough Decision-Making The Importance of Clarifying Job Roles Recognize All Leadership Decisions Will Have Drawbacks  The Illusive Skills of Observation And Listening Developing Curiosity to Be A Better Leader Lessons From Being a New Jersey Lifeguard Listening To Employees to Synthesize Solutions. Big Versus Small Organizations and The "Whatever" Cultures  Courage, Curiosity, And Decision-Making .
Dov Baron's brand new course has just been released on coursifyx.com/belonging -------------
.
Titled: "CREATING A CULTURE OF BELONGING."
The course is separated into eight sections that will take you by the hand and walk you through exactly how to create a culture of belonging.
.
Because: CREATING A CULTURE OF BELONGING MAXIMIZES PERSONAL AND CORPORATE SUCCESS.
Get Ready to strap on the tanks and Dive Deep into, What it Takes to Create a Culture of Belonging in your organization!
Curious to know more? coursifyx.com/belonging
.
 "Those Who Control Meaning for The Tribe, Also Control The Movement of That Tribe"
#leadership
#leadershipdevelopment
#emotionsourcecode
#neuroscience
#emotional
#meaning
#emotional
#logic
#culture
#curiosity
#humanbehavior
#purpose
 

23 min

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