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Your Two Cents

According to a study by Marshall Goldsmith, your 2 cents may add about 10% value to another person’s idea, but it will erode their commitment to their idea by about 85%.

Let that sink in for a minute.

As a leader, demonstrating restraint and not always offering up your two cents doesn’t mean disconnecting or being passive about issues. It means knowing how to access your belief in others to create powerful learning experiences, drive accountability, and create commitment.
All that… just by NOT taking action.

Your challenge (should you choose to accept it). Next time you’re tempted to add your two cents to an employee’s idea, show your support and belief in them. Then, sit back, and watch what happens – because it’s gonna be good.

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