May – 2018 Monthly Leadership Session – Maybe You’re Better Than You Thought You Were

May – 2018 Monthly Leadership Session – Maybe You’re Better Than You Thought You Were


With all the list, steps and qualities to obtain how do you know if you’re becoming the leader you want to be? What if I said you already were and I had proof? What if I told said you were further along than you think you were? In this 2 part mini-series we’ll consider the “Maybe”. This month – Maybe you’re a better leader than you thought you were. No, really! Let’s talk about it.

3 Highlights From This Episode

   1. You Care

Great leaders care.
They care about the work. They care about the task. They also care about the people, the individuals.

The best leaders have discovered the beautiful balance of wanting to get a job done but also concern about the individual doing it. They make sure everyone understands the expectations but can also notice when someone is not themself.

The best leaders have discovered the beautiful balance of wanting to get a job done but also concern about the individual doing it. Click To Tweet

Do you notice those around you?

If you can answer yes… you’re a better leader than you think you were.

 

2. You Challenge

Great leaders challenge.
The best leaders challenge those around them to be more than they are.

They push us to dig deep and find the thing we didn’t know was there.
The believe in us beyond our ability to believe in ourselves.

The best leaders challenge those around them to be more than they are. Click To Tweet

Do you find it easy to believe in others?

If you can answer yes… you’re a better leader than you think you were.

 

 3. You Create A Safe Place

Great leaders create a safe place.
The best leaders create safe places for others.

Instead of relying on intimidation or leaning on titles, successful leaders create environments where others feel safe to speak-up and confidently share their perspectives. They use their influence to create safety not separation.

The best leaders use their influence to create safety not separation. Click To Tweet

Do you encourage those around you to share their true opinions?

If you can answer yes… you’re a better leader than you think you were.

 

Avery

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