Friday Leadership Challenge #2

WalkTheTalk.com’s
Friday Leadership Lessons Blog Challenge

Welcome to WalkTheTalk.com’s Friday Leadership Lessons Blog Challenge. Answer the following question (as a comment below) with “what would you do?” for a chance to win a FREE COPY OF the beautiful Walk the Talk hard-cover gift book.

NOW, here is the question…. As a manager/leader of a group how would you handle the following situation:

The members of your team are engaging in a lot of negative talk/complaining. This negative energy seems to be contagious and is beginning to affect the performance of the team. As the leader of this team, WWYD (What would you do) to stop the “%&#$%@*! and complaining” and get everyone back to working together on the important tasks?

Comment below (by Midnight Sunday 3/4) with your answer for a  chance to win a Walk The Talk gift book. Winner will be announced here and contacted via email next week. Anyone can enter but we can only ship the winning book to a U.S. address. Thanks for your responses.

View the Walk The Talk Gift Book Here

WALK the TALK Gift Book

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1607447859 Angela Cross Leuenberger

    Everyone….. take off your shoes…. seriously… take off your shoes…. set them in front of you…. forming a circle… lets all walk around three paces to our right… who’s shoes are you in front of? Lets walk in THEIR shoes for a few mins…. the persons shoes you are standing in front of…. you and that person…. step out of the circle … that person needs to tell you one thing they are privately struggling with right now, one thing they need prayer for …. one at a time… around the circle…. two people leave the circle…. as you re-join the circle…. how can we NOT look at everyone differently? Our complaining seems so insignificant and trivial… and in the world… we need to be reminded to not fall victim to be IN THE WORLD… because we are here… to work together… to rely on each other… to life each other up… not to bring each other down. Eccl 4:9-10…. Two are better than one, because they have a good return for their work: If one falls down, his friend can help him up.
    But pity the man who falls and has no one to help him up! So if we take it a step farther, and say 3 are better and 2, or 5 are better…. or 10 are better than 5… we can multiply and make a difference and stay strong.

    • Nicole Schoychid

      Well Said…nice ideas here!

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/LHVL32LSODINNVEDES46ALPEXI marion h

    stop the negativity by nipping it in the bud. Respond with positive statements by way of humour, we’re all in this together,. Have effective communication personal development days.