Sometimes, a team member doesn’t hit their mark.
Sometimes there’s two or three who aren’t getting it.
But when you feel like you’re managing a bunch of screw-ups, it’s probably not them. It’s probably you.
As a leader, you’re the one in charge of conveying the mission. You’re the one pulling out the great work that you’re expecting.
If you can’t get your message across, you can’t expect your team to get themselves there. It’s up to you not just to visualize your ideas, but to learn how to articulate and socialize them.
To put your thoughts into words, and to make them accessible.
To take your team places – not to get there yourself and wait for the rest.