January 26, 2018 Daily Post
“The successful person is open-minded and tolerant on all subjects. If you close your mind, you will be shut off from the recognition of favorable opportunities and the friendly cooperation of others.” – Napoleon Hill
During a relay race, the trickiest part is always the baton hand-off. The better the hand-off, the easier the race.
How can we become better at hand-offs in our teams? We start, as Dr. Hill suggests, by being open-minded and tolerant on all subjects. Examples:
Doing so may, in fact, help us recognize “favorable opportunities” from the “friendly cooperation” we initiate.
How could your team benefit from better baton hand-off?