Ever notice when someone tells you that their food is terrible, they ask you if you want to taste it? Evidently, they want to share the gross experience with you.
Lately, I’ve been noticing some parallels between poor leadership behavior and young kids. Not shocking since I think we’ve all met a childish leader or two. Think about it, poor leaders and small children are willing to dig deeper into a hole instead of ever admitting they’re wrong. Frankly, it’s the worst thing you can do as a leader, friend, spouse, teammate or family member.
Every few months I sign up for a new MOOC. Not only does it help we with some self-study continuing education credits (CCEUs) to maintain my coaching certification, but also feeds my deep-rooted need for continuous learning. Unfortunately, this time, I made a poor choice of courses.