As a leader do you tell your teams, “Don’t bring me problems, bring me solutions”? Or maybe as an employee you’ve worked for a leader who believes in this philosophy. While presenting a solution to a problem is ideal, it’s not always possible. So, what can leaders do to create safe environments for teams to bring problems forward, while avoiding being bombarded by complaints? In this podcast episode, Dr. Pilcher encourages team members use key words, take ownership, and bring complex problems to their leaders for guidance.
This episode addresses questions, such as:
How can you raise a valid concern without complaining?
What do we do with people who think their job is to complain?
How can teams bring solutions forward proactively without depending on their leader?
Build a Safe Place to Find Solutions
“The more proactive we are with empowering our employees to bring problems forward, the quicker we can solve the problem.”
Successful organizations aren’t high-performing by accident. They are constantly looking for new ways to innovate, improve, and achieve results. Establishing a continuous improvement mindset is key to sustaining and increasing results year after year. This guide provides leaders with strategies and tools for adopting cycles of improvement to support a high performing organization.
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