Regardless of the company, staffing issues happen, and it’s up to us as leaders to investigate these problems with a curious mindset. In this episode, Matt and Micah discuss the importance of looking into where the system failed, instead of blaming your staff when a problem comes up.

Listen in to hear their personal stories of reacting emotionally or negatively to situations within their businesses, as well as how they discovered that the problems weren’t the result of their teams letting them down. You’ll learn the importance of leading by example, how to teach your staff to think like you, and why we shouldn’t be afraid to take ownership.

  • Professional activity performed in a state of distraction-free concentration that pushes your cognitive capabilities to their limit. These efforts create new value, improve your skill, and are hard to replicate. – Cal Newport

    Setting up a Surge Schedule for your office is the most powerful step you can take to increase your effectiveness while being 100% intentional in Delivering Massive ValueTM.

What You'll Learn In Today's Episode:

  • How to take extreme ownership in the workspace.
  • Why we must investigate issues instead of immediately blaming our staff.
  • How to approach major problems with a curious mindset.
  • The importance of leading by example with your team.
  • How to teach your staff to think like you.
  • How to create a delegation system.

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