The Four Temptations That Hinder Growth

Create “perfect people”  by imposing a “best way” attitude and that you have the right answers. This is disempowering, and demeaning and prevents self-exploration and learning.

  • Believe that employees don’t have enough talent, which can be true, but not if your hiring criteria are critically based on talent rather than selecting for other strengths.
  • Believe that “trust is precious; it must be earned.” Great managers must reject the concept of earning trust.
  • Believe that “some outcomes defy definition” such as abstracts like employee satisfaction and customer feedback.

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