Leadership is filled with ups and downs.
Building a strong workforce, with solid leadership skills, is a requirement for any organization seeking to achieve its goals. Progressive organizations understand that the key to an effective team is dependent on the quality of leadership.
I am a huge fan of finding mentors, both in work and in life.
Are you searching for ways to increase your ability? Check your LEADitude! LEADitude is your attitude toward leadership. It is the mindset involving how leaders motivate employees, create vision, and engage team members to achieve organizational goals.
Who are the people in your neighborhood? This is a good question that was raised by a theme song for a classic children’s television show. The song taught children about the importance of interacting with a variety of people each day.
I once heard that Khalil Gibran defined leadership as the ability for one to self-direct in order to lead others.
Recently, I had an opportunity to observe several scouts prepare for a weekend trip. As the boys gathered camping supplies, water and cooking tools necessary for the long haul and an exciting weekend, they demonstrated a variety leadership skills.
The ability to the leadership skills of your team members in order to meet organizational demands is a complex element of the overall leadership development picture. Leaders are tasked with effectively guiding organizational goal achievement, while considering team member skills necessary to produce the desired output.
Leadership is an evolution of competencies and behaviors that inspires team members to achieve success. Competencies include creating vision, emotional intelligence, managing conflict, strategic planning and financial acumen. Being able to show innovation in leadership is one of the most essential of these competencies.
You have put in the time, developed impressive leadership skills and demonstrated unmatched prowess in your field. You got the job!