In this Agile Uprising podcast, co-hosts Andy Cleff and Erik Cottrell chat with David Marquet about his latest book. The hypothesis behind “Leadership is Language” is that how we communicate at work has been programmed by Industrial Revolution thinking. However in today’s world of creative knowledge work, we no longer labor on old-fashioned assembly lines, so why should we use language that was designed for them? 

Marquet provides six plays to change the way we show up, impact our organizational cultures, and ultimately transform our outcomes:

  • Control the clock, don’t obey the clock
  • Collaborate, don’t coerce
  • Commit, don’t comply
  • Complete, don’t continue
  • Improve, don’t prove
  • Connect, don’t conform

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