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Today on the podcast, Doug Lennick and Chuck Wachendorfer join Bradley to share how you cannot wait for someone else to fix things in your business. Every leader wants to boost their team’s productivity. The first step is to strengthen your own leadership skills through learning agility, effective communication, and embracing empathy and compassion.

Experts Doug Lennick and Chuck Wachendorfer, partners at think2perform and authors of the new book, **DON’T WAIT FOR SOMEONE ELSE TO FIX IT**, discuss their unbeatable approach to productivity:

1. Learning Agility — A leader’s ability to analyze new business situations and solve problems is a top priority. Leaders need to be curious, choose growth over comfort, resist defensiveness, experiment — and share these skills with their teams to boost productivity.

2. Effective Communication — Effective communication is a function of both someone attempting to send a message and someone receiving that message. If the receiver is not understanding the intention of the communications, then the communication is ineffective and impedes productivity. A big problem often occurs when leaders do not communicate what activities need to be undertaken to achieve the organization’s goals.

3. Embracing Empathy and Compassion — This leadership skill is more relevant than ever. Empathy is about understanding. Compassion is empathy in action. Any leader who actively cares about the well-being of their people will be rewarded with best efforts, higher productivity, and retention of the best and the brightest.

Doug Lennick is the founding CEO of think2perform, a high performance leadership development firm serving organizations in a variety of industries. Chuck Wachendorfer is President of Distribution at think2perform.They have worked with clients including American Express, Wells Fargo, Comerica Bank, TD Wealth of Canada, Charles Schwab, and others.

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