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    Nov032014

    Do it with the lights on and the blinds open

    Yep, put it on show and make it visible.

    Stand out, loud and clear so people can see and hear you!

    Doing what and where ... you wonder?

    Last week I was working with a team on their leadership day. They put so much effort into making the conference room dark enough for the PowerPoint presentation and slides. I figured this was gonna be one heck of a deck. 

    But, well, it wasn't. It was a bunch of dot points on the company template. zzzzzzz, yawn and dull boring, #fail.

    This was a leadership team and a big event focused on communicating change, inspiring the team, getting everyone on the same page.

    A darkened room and a deck of uninspiring, forgettable bullet points. Yep, that's really going to have staying power... no.

    Leaders need to get real when it comes to communicating change. Turn the lights on. Let them see you. Keep the blinds open. Let natural light in. Be authentic - there's so much 'authentic leadership' talk going on, yet when leaders have the perfect opportunity to influence, persuade and deliver messages as a real human being, they sanitise themselves and hide in the dark, clicking and 'blah-blahing' through lists of linear nothingness.

    Stop spending so much time on your bullet points and slide deck and spend some more time crafting, rehearsing, speaking, engaging, sharing and humanising your leadership communication.

    Lights on. Blinds open. Now. 

    Reader Comments (1)

    Hi,
    This is an amazing article, really, I am so glad that I read it,
    And I approve your idea to work with the lights on and the blinds open because, in this case, your eyes isn't stress at all.
    Great article and great idea, even QOR Company and http://blinds4u.co.nz/
    confirmed it.
    Best Regards,
    Jivko Stefanov

    February 18, 2015 | Unregistered Commenterjivko

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