School Leadership Reimagined - Winter Rewind: How Builders Handle Pressure

EPISODE 136

Winter Rewind: How Builders
Handle Pressure

Biggest Takeaways You Don't Want to Miss:
  • Bosses tend to handle pressure by making declarations, even if they must later issue a retraction.
  • Leaders handle pressure by trying to provide answers. But doing so is a trap that increases their stress and keeps them from ever truly solving problems.
  • Builders deal with pressure not by looking for answers, but by asking the right questions and in doing so, they solve problems once and for all.

With so many important and urgent decisions needing to be made, it can be hard not to feel immense pressure as everyone looks to you for answers. But it doesn't have to be that way. You don't have to succumb to everyone else's demands.

On today's episode, find out the difference between the way that bosses, leaders, and builders handle pressure and discover the secret to dealing with pressure #LikeABuilder

Check out these highlights:

  • Announcement: There is still time to get your tickets to Builder’s Lab January 31-February 2, 2021. Get your tickets to Builder's Lab here.
  • Announcement: Buildership® University is now open and you can join for FREE! Click here to join.
  • How Bosses handle pressure and why they usually end up having to eat their words.
  • How Leaders handle pressure and why it quickly becomes a trap.
  • How Builders handle pressure and why their approach actually eliminates pressure for everyone.
  • The difference between solving problems and ensuring problems get solved.
  • Why asking the right questions is better than having the right answers.
  • How you can opt out of pressure altogether #LikeABuilder.
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