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  • December 27, 2018
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Does being forced to function in a different leadership role cause fatigue? 

This question comes from an attendee of our Exceptional Operator Leader webinar:

My boss is a Visionary (as am I.) I have noticed than when he is “forced” to function in an Operator role, he becomes very exhausted. Is this typical?

Alex ThatcherFor the answer, we’re very pleased to introduce Predictable Success Consultant Alex Thatcher.  Listen as he examines when and why this happens and provides some great pointers on the best ways to address it.

Note: Since this is Alex’s first tip, Les McKeown shares a little about Alex’s background as the audio begins. You may need to adjust your volume as Les’ audio portion is significantly quieter than Alex’s.

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Additional Resources:
– Not sure what your leadership style is? Take the quiz here.
– Find out what stage your organization is in by taking this quiz.
– Watch this webinar: Building a Highly Effective Team
– Rapidly enhance your team’s cohesiveness & productivity with our
Peak Performance Program.
– Read The Synergist.
– Attend the Predictable Success Acceleration Program.


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