The time has come to redefine leadership. When you critical examine what leadership involves, you quickly discover that it is necessary to turn the conventional definition of leadership on its head.
Self-help books try to help you succeed at pursuing goals. But there is something they leave out.
One of the surprising indicators I look for is how often individuals raise the issue of their personal rights when interacting with others.
Leaders need to look after their people, they can’t outsource this responsibility without negative consequences.
I would like to discuss the advantages of feedback and note some useful tips to keep in mind about how to give feedback so that it is well received.
Because experts don’t really “know” how they are being an expert, if you want to know what makes an expert, you have to do a profile on them, which can be replicated in other people with potential.
It is necessary to be very careful about the way in which negative feedback is delivered. Use these five tips to give negative feedback during an employee appraisal.
In light of these initiatives I too the opportunity to reflect on the different characteristics that define a great leader.
The flawed advice provided at times by consulting firms is flawed because it does not necessarily address the “designed errors” in the company: it either fits in or bypasses the “skilled incompetence”.
One of the key leadership challenges is to be deliberate about creating clarity regarding goals and standards.