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The old saying of "prove me wrong" was used a lot when we were growing up. The thought and motivation behind the statement is to get the other person to step up and prove your idea, ability, or skills.
As I grew in my own leadership I found that statement inherently flawed. When I wanted my people to step up, I lead with the statement, "Prove me right." One word makes a huge difference.
- Start in a positive place
- Encourage them along the way
- Validate and celebrate
- Why bother making the distinction?
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