What's the hardest part of being a leader for you? Is it the people stuff?
Frustration, lack of confidence in dealing with staff issues, not knowing how to get others to stand on their own two feet?
As leader, you might know where you’re going and what needs to be done, but how do you get the people to pull together with focus and synergy? How do you get them fired up and on it?
Leaders create culture. Culture drives performance.
All eyes are on you, so leaders must lead themselves first. It’s about how you show up, how you affect a room and how you communicate that determines the culture you create and your ability to get everyone on board.
You are the pivotal tool in determining outcomes. You need self awareness, self control, integrity, and a commitment to tailor your actions, responses and communication to shape a desired result.
But this stuff isn’t taught in schools or universities. Some people get lucky with a good mentor or teacher, but we prefer to get our clients there by deliberate learning and action.
Leading yourself means showing up in a way that makes people trust you and feel good about themselves and the organisation. It’s about bringing people with you.
When your people are with you, extraordinary things can happen.
Engage And Inspire Your People
Authentic Trusted Compelling