Many individual skills in leadership are essential for you to develop. But much like the game of golf, some skills are more important than the others. If you are going to go from an average manager to a good leader, these are the ones you need to work on mastering first.
Many people and things deserve sincere thanks. It is very easy to overlook these things, particularly if showing gratitude isn’t currently in your repetiteur. Here are three things that cause you adversity but you should give gratitude too instead:
“Hope is not a strategy.”
In season 23 episode 4, John Eades covers five key strategies for successfully leading remote team members.
5 Key Strategies for Successfully Leading a Remote Team
Remember Remote Team Members are HumanBuild and Maintain Trust-Based RelationshipsSet Clear StandardsConstantly Communicate CultureGet Them Together Face-to-Face...
Amidst an epidemic of turnover, underperforming teams, and toxic work environments, the best organizations separated themselves because of this fundamental leadership truth: You get the leader you form.