Leadership is a journey and not a destination. The reason is simple; leadership is a series of skills that you can always get better or, unfortunately, get worse. To help you get better on your leadership journey, it’s essential to level set on a few key leadership truths to help you avoid sprouting those seeds of resentment.
Serving others is always crucial for leaders, but it’s especially important during challenging times and Covid-19 is the epitome of challenging times. People are concerned about their health, finances, and their future more than any time in recent history.
“Strong leaders are fundamental to everything.” – Mike Robbins
In season 25, episode 1, Mike Robbins joined us on the show. He is the author of We’re All In This Together and Bring Your Whole Self to Work. You can find more about him and get his book here.
In the show we cover:
– Difference between gratitude and appreciation
– Why team...
It’s clear great leaders understand two simple things about goal setting. First, they know how important goals are because the true meaning of the word “team” means “coming together as a group to achieve a common goal.” Second, they set goals their team cares about achieving.
Everyone claims to be “so busy” these days. The truth is, we make time for what’s important to us. If you want to get in better shape, you make time for it. If you want to be a better golfer, you make time for it. The same is true in leadership.