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    Main | Bad systems beat good people »
    Monday
    Dec032018

    Match the work to the meaning and the meaning to the work

    Match the work to the meaning and the meaning to the work.

    1. A leader presented the team with a 'roadmap' of what was ahead. It was a spreadsheet table full of words.

    2. A manager discussed the need for a team member to 'step up' and showed them a page with specific details. It was boxes of text going across the page.

    3. A sales team leader presented at the annual conference and inspired the team to 'lift' their performance. They showed a list of dot points going down the screen.

    Our language -- and our work -- are rich in metaphors. If you're speaking in them, then why not show them? 👉🏽 Show... a roadmap -- or at least a road! :-)

    👉 Show a series of steps that rise, diagonally up the page.

    👉🏾 Show information that lifts up from the current level of performance.

    Help people make sense of what you're saying and communicating by matching the work to the meaning and the meaning to the work. 

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