As leaders, we all too often assume that our people are committed long before they’re ready — and then we wonder why we get the “deer-in-the-headlights” look when we challenge them. Here’s how you can engage your people to higher levels of commitment and avoid this critical disconnect.
If a leader wants their team to be successful, it is critical they own and accomplish the following actions; Communicate Often, Get Up and Get Out, Stay Focused on Strengthening the Team, and Keep Focused on Critical Strategic Decisions.
A portion of the book, Strengths-Based Leadership, focuses on the attributes of successful teams. Below are 5 critical attributes of leadership.
Recently, I was reflecting upon the perspectives I applied to my five different careers and how they resulted in growth, opportunity, and continued advancement. I advise you to adopt these attitudes and see the positive outcomes in your own life.
There are many parallels between leading a dog sled team and managing a workplace team. Jerry Baker shares lessons from Dallas Seavey, 4 time Iditarod winner.
I can’t believe that I once bought into the idea that leaders are born. I was always pretty good at leading people, even from an early age, so it must be true. I couldn’t have been more wrong!
All leaders must learn to prioritize their priorities.