Too many leaders grab their jobs with an unrelenting death grip. But part of every influencer’s responsibility is to boldly build something magnificent and then humbly hand it off to others. The best leaders recognize this early on, creating a pipeline of leadership that transfers responsibilities and power to the next wave, the next line, […]
Leadership is a choice, not a position. Be the leader you wish you had. A title or position doesn’t automatically make you a leader. Influence makes you a leader. Forced followership doesn’t count. People follow the person, not the position.
People would rather follow a leader who is always real versus a leader who is always right. Don’t try to be a perfect leader, just work on being an authentic one.
This is Brad Lomenick walking us through the 20 habits that he feels build a good leader and solid organizations. He groups them into three areas. Humble – who you are Hungry – where you want to go Hustle – how you’ll get there
Using a diagram similar to Maslow’s hierarchy of needs, Lencioni, walks us through the ways a team can malfunction and how to start at the bottom and build up to an effective team.
Liz Wiseman looks at what it takes to get huge results from your team. How do you make sure that they are maximally productive? How do you bring a team together that is awesome? What stops a team from performing to it’s best?
One reason we’re able to believe that we’re better-than-average leaders and drivers and spouses and team players is that we’re defining those terms in ways that flatter us.