By that I mean play your role not the role of others. More like stay in your lane bro.
In today’s corporate environments it’s easy to be “collaborated-to-death”. Meetings are non-stop, everyone has an opinion and wants to offer it about the decisions at hand.
Sure it’s possible for multiple people to own a decision, but what are the consequences?
If everybody owns everything, then nobody owns anything.
Leaders who want to make collaboration an advantage and not a liability must set the tone at the top and be clear who is being consulted, who is being informed and who has final decision rights.
Just because your people have smart perspective and experience to share, doesn’t mean it’s their decision to make.
Remind the consulted and the informed of their role. Then remind them the importance of committing even if they disagree.