Leading with truth

  • Don’t assume you already know the best course of action; instead, lead with questions.
  • Discussion and debate only; no coercion.
  • Perform autopsies without assigning blame
  • Build “red flag” mechanisms: If you raise your hand with your red flag, the meeting room will stop for you.

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