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Your business is only as good as the team you form around it. So, when bad things happen, the market is the last thing you should blame as a business leader. Not everything goes smoothly in business, and many say failures are stepping stones to success. Shortcomings because of avoidable human errors, on the other hand, are the kind of stones you don’t want to step on.
Today, Don and Ryan discuss what it means to inspire your team to be better versions of themselves. They explain the importance of communicating your intent to improve them through mechanical criticism. They also share their experience when one of their team members fall short of what is required and how they helped them get back up.
"We're all trying to get ourselves up to the next level." - Ryan
This Week on FlipTalk’s Rookie Play Book:
- Ryan's conversation with his team and the issue they're facing.
- What separates entrepreneurs from the typical employee.
- The problems businesses encounter with their marketing strategy.
- What it means to critique your team mechanically.
- Don's experience in critiquing his team to promote a higher level of thinking.
- When the leader should and shouldn't take responsibility for errors.
- The effort they exert in closing deals and the habits they promote.
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