By K. Ranco, E. Verrier
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You’ve got to believe in your work. ”2 DO YOU BELIEVE? It promised to be a long, arduous day. The leadership team of one of Microsoft’s online businesses was gathered to present the highly anticipated three-year plan that would outline how they intended to beat their major competitors. The room buzzed with energy as their Leadership Therapy audience settled into their chairs, an eager crowd of about sixty highlevel managers who would be responsible for communicating the plan throughout the company.
They were right on both counts. Toward the end of the contact stage I assess whether the client has the right stuff to be successful. This means: ● They acknowledge there is a problem to be solved and don’t blame the job or someone else for their current situation. There are no victims in my practice. Each and every one of my clients must realize 26 From Couch to Corporate they have caused their own particular problem or difficulty. Our work will not be effective if a client feels he or she has been forced or coerced to see me, or if they view therapy as a requirement for promotion.
The room buzzed with energy as their Leadership Therapy audience settled into their chairs, an eager crowd of about sixty highlevel managers who would be responsible for communicating the plan throughout the company. I sat in the back row. The leaders had asked me to attend their presentation, then meet with the managers separately to find out their honest reaction to what they had heard. The leaders conducted their presentation with aplomb, projecting what to me was a mind-numbing array of charts and graphs to back up their numbers and predictions.