How to Get Unstuck with Craig Lemasters


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Have you ever felt that you, as an individual, your team, or the entire organization are working incredibly hard, but there's not much progress to show for it?

Craig Lemasters calls this the "circle of stuck."

In this episode with Craig Lemasters, author of Unstuck: How to Unlock and Activate the Wisdom of Others, you'll learn how to recognize when you're stuck and how to get out of the cycle of being stuck.

What we cover:

  • What is the circle of stuck
  • Examples of companies getting stuck
  • Stuck vs. unstuck
  • How meetings and email play a role in being stuck
  • How to ask for what you need
  • How to break the cycle of stuck

About Craig Lemasters

After leaving public company CEO life, Craig chose to dedicate his time to helping senior leaders get unstuck on tough challenges. He's passionate about sharing this process with other leaders because he has seen the success it can produce first hand. At GXG, they are committed to solving traditional consulting’s execution problem by curating intentional, focused conversations with expert operators who share the advantage of their knowledge and experience. These insights empower their clients to activate the best-fit solution and demonstrate measurable success. He's also convinced that this learning model has broader applications because we all get stuck sometimes. His first book, Unstuck: How to Unlock and Activate the Wisdom of Others, was released in October 2020 and offers practical tips for anyone facing the unknown on their path to a goal.

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