I’m a huge proponent of recycling plastic, but not drama.

Is there an issue that keeps coming up again and again on your team?

If so, you may be committed to recycling drama.

If nothing changes, where will you be in 6 months or a year?

Will you still be recycling that same energy-draining issue?

How does that feel?

Drama that isn’t faced keeps recycling.

You might be saying, “But we don’t know how to keep the drama from recycling.”

You might not think you know how, but I do.

I have learned how to teach teams what it takes to resolve drama.

It starts with learning how to take 100% responsibility and get curious rather than blaming and judging, but that’s just the beginning.

There is nothing I love more than sharing what I’ve learned with teams who are committed to ending drama so that they can focus on what really matters.

Keep recycling your plastic, but when you’re finally ready to stop recycling the drama within your team, then let’s talk about how I can help.

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