Manage episode 279051604 series 2523064
Have you ever tried holding someone accountable and then it backfired? This week, Adee and Michael are giving tips on how to hold people more accountable without coming off too strong or being pushed over.
Whether it’s how you say it, or exactly what words to use, sometimes helping out isn’t as easy as you’d think. Both Adee and Michael share some advice when it comes to honoring commitments, giving your attention to people, and the power of repeating words.
What you’ll learn:
02:00 - How to modify behavior using the Hawthorne effect 06:30 - What to avoid when you’re giving advice11:20 - How to not get pushed over 17:13 - The difference between what you say vs. how you say it
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