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Override your "default future"

Posted By Denise McMahan, CausePlanet, Wednesday, November 2, 2011

If you've ever been in a situation where you have an stretch goal on the horizon and a doubtful or disillusioned team, I found The Three Laws of Performance particularly suited for nonprofit leaders seeking an "about face” for everyone involved. Though I've used the term nonprofit leader in this case, the authors emphasize that anyone in the organization can use these Laws to create greater performance among the ranks. In fact, I asked this question in my interview with Steve Zaffron and Dave Logan:

CausePlanet: Several of your examples seemed to share a turning point characterized by the CEO or leadership team engaging the employees in a startling and participatory conversation that marked the beginning of new attitudes and performance. It seems as if the "about face” from the CEO is what helped employees redefine how the situation occurred to them. Have you ever seen the Three Laws successfully initiated by someone other than the CEO or leadership team? Read the author's answer

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