Sunday, November 7, 2010

Fw: Seth's Blog : Do more vs. do better

I just asked my team "Are we doing better or are we doing more?" I'll let you know what they say... In the meantime, read Seth's post below! J

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Do more vs. do better

The easiest form of management is to encourage or demand that people do more. The other translation of this phrase is to go faster.

The most important and difficult form of management (verging on leadership) is to encourage people to do better.

Better is trickier than more because people have trouble visualizing themselves doing better. It requires education and coaching and patience to create a team of people who are better.

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