Renaissance for LEADERS

Peak Performance Resources for Leaders by Leaders

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Reality

1. The quality or state of being actual or true. 2. One, such as a person, an entity, or an event, that is actual. 3. That which exists, independent of human awareness. 4. The totality of facts as they are, independent of human awareness of them. 5. In human relationships, reality is measured by the amount of agreement between two or more people; a high reality means a high level of agreement. 6. Solid objects; the real things of life.

Receipt Point

1. Where communication is received. 2. The receiver of an idea, concept or object.

Red Herring

Something that intentionally misleads or distracts from the real problem, matter at hand, or important issue. It may be an emotional issue, logical fallacy or a literary device that leads readers, audiences or participants towards a false conclusion. When two people are disagreeing over who is to blame for a problem, one party will often accuse the other or divert attention from themselves using one or several red herrings.

Redzone

1. The 2nd out of 7 zones on the Optima Zones scale. 2. The person in this zone has succumbed to loss, death, and failure. Nothing works for them and one failure leads to another. They are in the wrong place at the wrong time, with the wrong people, taking the wrong actions. Obsessed with security, this person is driven by fixed ideas and wrong data. 3. As a leader, the Redzone person is reactive, abdicate, and avoid responsibility.

Redzone Paradigm

A reality or way of operating that produces a Redzone result.

Repress

1. To hold back; restrain or subdue by force. 2. To suppress (a memory, thought, feeling or desire) in oneself so that it becomes or remains unconscious.

Responsibility

1. The state, quality or fact of being responsible. 2. Something for which one is responsible; a duty, obligation, or burden. 3. The ability or authority to act or decide on one’s own, without supervision.

Responsible

1. Being the source or cause of something. 2. Assuming obligations, duties, connections, commitments, etc. 3. Accountable, as for something within one’s power. 4. Involving responsibility: a responsible position. 5. Chargeable with being the source or occasion of something. 6. Having a capacity for moral decisions and therefore accountable. 7. Able to discharge obligations or pay debts. 8. Reliable or dependable, as in conducting one’s affairs. Personal accountability.

Restrain

1. To control; check; repress. 2. To deprive of freedom or liberty. 3. To limit or restrict; hold back.

Result

1. Something that ensues from an action, function, operation, policy, course of events, etc; outcome; consequence. 2. Favorable or desired outcomes. 3. To end in a particular way.

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