To gain that focused, positive mindset and attitude, it starts with stopping negative thoughts and words.
It starts with changing your internal and external vocabulary.
In this instance – it’s not only important to put your ego to the side and do what’s best for the organization, but also to give credit and praise to the person who developed the solution.
This will ensure that people are outspoken during the problem solving processes moving forward.
As Einstein said “No problem can be solved from the same level of consciousness that created it.” Once you uncover the problem – it’s time to start becoming a facilitator to the solution.
This means calling on experts in the niche you’re having a problem around.
Start by asking questions, challenging why something is the way it is.
Ask questions til you get to the real problem and this will often require you putting yourself in the shoes of other people, other stakeholders.
Close minded team members could just end up causing more problems than you already have.
While it is important to have someone challenge the solution’s viability, however, in the brainstorming/ development stage they should not voice negative opinions., No idea at this stage is a bad idea.