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LaSD, How to Use

Appendix. How to Use Leadership and Self-Deception

Page 189

Five key areas: 1) Hiring, 2) team-building, 3) conflict resolution, 4) accountability and responsibility, 5) personal growth and development. I’m trying to think what it would be like to work for an organization where these concepts were built into the core culture. I can’t think of any organization I know, or have heard of, that would fit this. Know any? What about … Dave Ramsey the Grove Park Inn (Asheville) or the Gaylord organization (Opryland hotel).

Wouldn’t you like to get a behind the scenes tour at the Arbinger Institute? (headquarters in Utah of all places! https://arbinger.com/   https://www.linkedin.com/company/arbinger-institute)

Special note to myself from the end of the Leadership and Team building section. “Here is a book that will help you to see how to deal with me when I’m really being a jerk.” There’s perhaps a good way to ask someone else to focus on me! Me, the jerk.

Liked the story of the angry man who read the book twice. I identify with that one, perhaps a bit too much. Wish I’d had this book, and motivation to read it, ~30 years ago!

Summary: My extremely short summary: it’s all about relationships. People, not objects. Easy to say; not always easy to do.

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