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Don’t you hate it when you drive behind someone on an on-ramp who is tentative and afraid to pick up enough speed to join prevailing traffic. I don’t know what causes drivers to behave timidly but there’s always some excuse; sometimes it may be outside voices in their ear. I do know some leaders who hold their key employees back from running at full speed.

Question:

What’s in the way of your people reaching travelling velocity? Is it their equipment, their ability, their confidence? Is it YOU….your confidence, your risk tolerance, your inability to let go; are you the excuse? What will you do to ensure your key people get up to speed before the on ramp runs out?

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