Leadership is built on trust. You can build trust through caring relationships, competency, and integrity.
Risk-takers are the ones who change the world. Everything worth doing will come with some level of risk. The question is what do you want to do and how much are you willing to risk to accomplish that?
Communication and expectations are a key part of a leader’s role in a team. Leaders foster an open line of communication and maintain expectations to which the entire team (even themselves) are held accountable. A team requires consistent communication and clear expectations in order to achieve set goals.
Are you, your team, or your organization struggling with maintaining or developing a vision? The good news is that you’re not alone; thousands, if not millions, of individuals and organizations are going through the same thing. The better news is that there is a solution.
Problem-solving is a vital skill that should be exhibited not only by a leader but also by an effective team. If you want your team to rely on you, their leader, to solve their problems, you are handicapping your team.
Oftentimes leading by example is far more important than leading by instruction. You want your team to be able to evaluate themselves, so show them how it’s done.
As a leader, it is your job to make sure that you are getting the best OUT of your team, but also that you are getting the best FOR your team.