One Leadership Tip: Day 63: Misinformation

Day 63: Misinformation

Misinformation is quite the craze right now…

Brings me back to the days when the great Roger Clemens was uncomfortably Misremembering whether or not he had taken PEDs or not in front of Congress.

There is a lot of misinformation going on about the information that we received months ago that was labeled misinformation, that as it turns out may just have actually been good old information in the first place.

If you are just as confused after reading that last paragraph as I am writing it then I think that means from what I learned in high school that we are all now on the same page.

But I could just be misremembering or be misinformed…

Which brings me to the ONE LEADERSHIP TIP for today:

Whether you have the correct information or misinformation, as a leader, the most important thing we can do is deliver it with as much power and certainty as possible to give your team and org the confidence to go out and perform.

If the information at hand changes or the tide turns as a leader, you will do what you do best in those moments and continue making decisions with precision based on that intel available.

Championship Leaders will own up to mistakes, take responsibility when it comes to light that decisions were made on bad intel aka being misinformed and continue moving forward.

That’s all I’ve got for today Big Shoots!

Coach Nate