Change : Accountability : Feedback

June 14, 2023

Power of 3

Your Wednesday Wisdom!

14 June 2023

An Activity To Do / A Question To Consider / An Idea To Ponder

To Be More Of Your Real Self With Skill And Brilliantly Lead Others

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1 Activity To Do

Each day this week…

Consciously pick 3 routines that you have, and purposefully change them.

Do it differently and notice how it feels and what the results are.

Experience a different feeling and perspective.

Capture your thoughts and reflections.

Try folding your arms the ‘opposite way’ – a bit strange at first….! And then!

Try it…!

(Have a think about the relevance of this activity and how it may help you…?)


1 Question For You

Ask yourself…

When I am providing feedback to others, what are the factors that determine the style and approach that I take? What consideration do I give to the level of support and challenge I offer? When might avoiding giving challenging feedback not be helpful and why?


1 Idea To Consider

A feedback conundrum…

‘Being held accountable may feel like an attack to those people who are not ready to acknowledge their harmful or toxic behaviour’



Quote of The Week

“No man ever steps in the same river twice. For it’s not the same river and he’s not the same man.”


The Greek philosopher Heraclitus (circa 6th century BCE) was best known for his theory that nothing is permanent, except change – everything is in flux is what he theorized. Even though some things look permanent, they are in fact changing.

(Thanks Steve for reminding me of this brilliant quote when speaking this week!)

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