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’ll never forget early in 2004 when the bubble of a major epiphany I had, burst.
It is easy to see that the use of technology on an individual, organizational, national, and international basis is here to stay because it is so embedded in our way of living.
I once discussed ethics and leadership with a team of managers that were working on building their leadership skills in preparation for a new project.
Here are some ways to recognize whether you are a manager or a leader.
Leaders are proactive. And if you want to keep good employees, that is what you have to become. Building leadership skills is a way for managers at all levels to have more fun getting things done, influencing others to do their best, and genuinely enjoy working with people.
Any employee with a supervisor will be the first to confirm that some people lead effectively and some do not. The difference has a lot to do with leadership style and leadership skills, the soft stuff that allows some to connect while others flounder.
Countless business books and other resources have been devoted to getting the most out of employees in order to maximize the bottom line. Yet, at the end of the day, the common theme essentially boils down to the fact that managers have to be equipped with leadership skills.
Here are the top 10 leadership skills of great leaders.
“Do I have to be born with leadership skills, or can I learn them?”