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Leadership Leadership Training – Redirection. I’m here standing in a cafe at a golf club. The golf marshal was waiting for his coffee. I heard him say this two or three times. That he was going out to stir things up. I’m wondering, "Why would the golf marshall be going out on to the course to ‘stir people up’? After he left, I got a chance to speak to a few of the guys in the pro shop. One of the guys suggested to me that if he doesn’t go out and, in his words, ‘encourage those golfers’ to have a sense of urgency, then their round could expand from say, four and a half hours to five and a half hours. What does that mean? Well, it means that there’ll be less golfers on the course. Because if they’re having to wait to tee off, they may not finish their round of golf. It wasn’t so much that he was going out there, it was in the intent that he had set. It was the intent that he had set that my ears pricked up. He’s going out to stir things up. Can you imagine, you’re a golfer and this is your day. You play golf once a week and it’s recreation time for you. At home, everyone’s saying, "Hurry up. Get this done." At work, ".e on. We got projects that need to be .pleted by a due date." The only time that you spend doing some recreation, playing golf and somebody is out there, set their intent to stir things up to hurry you along. My thoughts here were, it’s not what you say but it’s the intent that you set before you open your mouth. Because sometimes our words don’t .municate exactly what it is we’re thinking. It’s not just what you say and how you say it, it’s the intent. It’s where it’s .ing from and its purpose that will truly influence what it is that you want people to do. An example, you’re in the park, there are swings, slides and lots of play equipment and you hear some parent yell out to one of their children, "Don’t fall off the slide." "Don’t run, you’ll sfall over." We’re directing our children and what they heard was, ‘run’ and ‘fall over’. In Leadership Training, what we want to do is orientate them towards behavior and actions that we want to see rather than what we don’t want to see. If I was in the playground, it would be, "Walk." It would be, "Be careful." It would be, "Have fun. Be aware of other people in the park." So, we’re directing their attention, their focus to the environment and how to work or play or behave in that environment. So, redirection is a positive way to direct behavior. About the Author: 相关的主题文章: