Leading with positive assumptions

Let’s talk about the impact our assumptions have on the way leaders behave.

By Sue Bingham and Bob Dusin, HPWP Consulting
August 2019
Tags:  leadership • corporate culture • engagement• assumptions• human factors

Note: This article is excerpted, with permission of the authors and the publisher, from Creating the High Performance Workplace, by Sue Bingham and Bob Dusin (Indie Books International, 2018, © HPWP Group).
 

 
A Conversation with Sue Bingham and Bob Dusin:
Why are positive assumptions so critical?

Let’s start with a true story:
Jeff slumped down in his chair and stared at his phone. He was going to have to call his son and tell him he would miss another baseball game.

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