Who’s to blame?
We seem to be in a world of judgement and casting blame.
Every day, we encounter circumstances failing to happen according to our well-intentioned plans.
Critics salivate at the first whiff of disarray, and they POUNCE!
Who will take responsibility for this train wreck?
I believe it’s situations like this which bare the strength and integrity of all of us.
Some folks are quick to point fingers.
Others will instantly claim . . . “not my fault because that’s not in my job description!”
This is a human condition that’s not new or recent, and the best Leaders understand the value of these “learning opportunities”.
Yes! Leaders appreciate these emotionally charged times because it is when under extreme pressure they are able to witness who their team members are. The efficiency comes from observation of the visceral (primal) reactions and/or responses – Flight – Fight – or respond.
The folks who are cool under fire don’t waste time and energy with downward spiraling emotions . . . They immediately shift to “let’s do whatever it takes to get through this and complete our mission.”
From my perspective, the true Leaders of any team are the ones who willingly take responsible for the issue, pick up the dropped balls, and return to their rhythmic juggling.
Most REALTORS possess this trait in their DNA.
Yet another great reason to hire a REALTOR when you’re in the mood for a move.
Buying or selling a house is a HUGE transaction and life-style change.
Let your REALTOR drive the process (Attend to the details) such that you can focus on making sound decisions.