If you missed Law #4: The Law of Communication, click here.

Law #5: The Law of Revocability
Replacing yourself and creating your new role does not mean you have written it in stone. Simply “try it on,” and if the role doesn’t fit like you thought it would, it is completely revocable. There is never punishment for stepping up, systematizing, and leading in the workplace. Give yourself permission to try a new position out, and then redesign it if it is not the right fit for you.

Stay tuned for our next blog post for Law #6: The Law of Pride.
A key element of helping your team grow, and replace themselves, is to empower them through Employee Reviews. Not the archaic employee review you are used to but a planning session of empowerment to create a Growth Map. To learn more, join our FREE Webinar “Conducting Empowering Employee Reviews” on Wednesday, March 26th at 3-4pm ET. Click here to register.

Champions of your continued success,
Laney and Molly

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