One of the hardest parts of making the jump to being a manager, leader, or starting a company/org is learning to frame your work.
This is a brutal truth: most people don’t know how to frame the work they are doing.
It shows up all the time…
Two people schedule a meeting and spend the first 20 minutes telling a third person about a conversation they already had.
Someone with writing as a core part of their job delivers two projects. One is amazing and on-point, the other is ok but written for the wrong audience.
A partnership opportunity appears out of thin air but the company/org can’t move fast enough to leverage it.