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What You Will Not Compromise (p231)

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Starting the Conversation:

How does what you will not compromise impact what you prioritize?

Host: Jess Dewell

What You Will Hear:

What will you NOT compromise influences your decisions.

What you think you value could be different than what you actually value.

When we think we compromise, yet we really aren’t.

Look at small details and reflect and ask: am I prioritizing what I value?

Bring what you value to every conversation.

The work we do creates a feedback loop.

Question and consider how your action today will position you for tomorrow.

Example:  A 4-executive team all working their best, yet limited by how they are not working together.

Live Audience Question #VBBRadio: Not making compromises is good in theory, but in practice we all hidden hypocrites. We are ready to make compromises when the going gets tough.

Even seemingly small or insignificant actions create big outcomes.

Example: Family business and family dynamic.

Creative win-wins, new opportunities, even effective problem solving comes from thinking about the win-win.

Audience Question from radio [at] reddirection.com: It make sense that we prioritize what we value, but what do we do when we have a crisis and our priorities dictate our values?

Choose how you show up, emotions and experiences do not have to run the conversation.

Benign neglect is compromising what you value.

Take the time to think.

Live Audience Question #VBBRadio: I’m intrigued by the feedback loop concept. What if instead of constrictive feedback we get harsh criticism.

The situation we’ve created from our actions.

It is BOLD to know what you will not compromise.

Notable and Quotable:

Quotes_231_Jess Dewell

Jess Dewell: What you will not compromise influences what you choose.

Jess Dewell: Listen to nudges that tell you to do something a little different.

Jess Dewell: Ask yourself: does my action reflect something important to me?

Jess Dewell: When we can fall back on our values we know we prioritize better.

Jess Dewell: When we aren’t getting the results we want, we might be acting unconsciously and getting in our own way.

Jess Dewell: While my intention is good, sometimes the outcome isn’t. I regularly look at my actions to find out what is getting in the way. It is important to act and adjust.

Jess Dewell: Mission vision values work takes time and is hard work. Use it.

Jess Dewell: Take time, make time through a Present Retreat to reflect, check in.

Jess Dewell: Constructive feedback has the intention of sharing information for a win-win outcome.

Jess Dewell: It’s what we do with the feedback we notice that creates future impact.

Tags:

leadership, prioritization, values, decision making, problem solving, communication, transparency, purposeful action

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