A Formula for Changing Human Behavior By Chris Widener
Some time ago I spoke for a group about Extraordinary Leadership, and a leader there asked me how to deal with people who are passive-aggressive.
As I thought about it, I concluded that what it really comes down to is setting goals, setting boundaries, holding them accountable and rewarding right behavior.
And that in turn got me thinking, isn’t all of life about that?
Now, we all know that we can really only change our behavior, but the basics for changing human behavior, whether our own or potentially influencing others, is in engaging in that process:
Whether it is setting ourselves up for success, training our children or leading employees, I’d say that is a pretty good formula for success in changing human behavior.
Give that formula a shot this week and see what happens!
Chris Widener is a popular speaker and writer as well as the President of Made for Success, a company helping individuals and organizations turn their potential into performance, and succeed in every area of their lives and achieve their dreams. Chris is the author of the Ultimate Success Series program — click here for details
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