As a leader, how clear are you when presenting your non-negotiable’s?

What values do you focus on the most?

When you have non-negotiable’s, how clearly do you present them to your team?  Are you seeking feedback on your non-negotiable’s?  Having morals and values that must always be followed, no questions asked, can be extremely helpful when developing leaders.  This helps your team members develop skills that will help them succeed in life.  In the #CJJblog this week, I give you some tips on how you can be clear with communicating your non-negotiable’s.  Enjoy.

  • Increase your level of integrity. This starts with you.  The team will follow.
  • You must tell the truth and expect the same in return.
  • Consistently the best. Each day, you must be the best version of yourself.  No days off.
  • Being unselfish is contagious.  When your team sees your acts of humility, they will seek to do the same.
  • For me, one of my non-negotiable’s is being on time.  Since I preached this to my players, it was crucial that I was early for every event.  If you can’t be on time, be early.
  • Lead by example. The best way for you to be clear with your non-negotiables is to act upon them more than talk about them.  Be a person of action.

Did You Know?  My former player, and current Vermont Senior Forward, Anthony Lamb, had 23 points and 13 rebounds (including the game-winning jumper in the final seconds) as the Catamounts beat St. John’s last weekend.  Check out the highlights here.

Life Tip #25: Always lead by example

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