Do you know someone, or are you that someone, who is the “expert in the room”? Here’s how to tell.
What you’ll learn from this episode:
- People who rely on their expertise are talkers. They don’t ask questions.
- Experts explain things to people who already know what they’re talking about.
- People who are experts think they know better, which is different than knowing more.
- Experts know very little about the people they work with.
- Experts view “learning” through the lens of critique and dismissiveness. They rarely take something from it and do something with it.
Featured on the Show and Other Notes:
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- Please talk about the podcast and find ways to introduce this work to your senior leadership team.
- Additionally, I’m going to be launching a leadership coach training program. I’ll be teaching all the leadership coach training tools that I use. We’ll be starting at the end of October. It will be via live Zoom links and video conferences. I’ll be teaching all of my “how to manage difficult employees” content. To learn more, go to https://leadershipcoachllc.com/leadershipcoach
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