Unintended Leadership Drama

Your leadership style can create a high-performance culture or one filled with unintended drama and performance drag, as evidenced by talk show host, Steve Harvey’s, recent scathing and condescending staff memo.

Listen in to this solocast, as Kelli dissects where and why, the now infamous memo went wrong and how you can avoid this same scenario in your organization.

Listen below: 11 minutes, 05 seconds



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