To Get There

by blogadmin 25. February 2020 04:52

 

 
 
Our focus, as a country, on past and current problems, robs us of our opportunity to think strategically. When leaders focus on the here and now, they create short term solutions that may meet the most urgent of needs but fails to create a pathway to achieve great results.

Thinking strategically allows us to have greater impact both now and in the future. Leaders who invest time in planning and considering how best to utilize resources and create opportunities will always outpace their peers.

Begin now by setting time aside for planning and focusing on your longer-term goals. Each hour spent in planning will save you countless hours in short term reactions that are costly. A general guide is that a leader should spend at least 1 – 2 hours a week planning and thinking strategically. Schedule your time now to ensure that you reach your destination!

Leadership Is Not For The Fearful!

by blogadmin 14. February 2020 01:30

 

 Leadership requires courage to speak truth, to stand up for what is right, and to do the right thing. As you listen to this TED Talk, ask yourself in what area do you need to display courageous leadership. 

 
Let's step out and be leaders of influence by displaying courage!
 
 
 

What Are Your Values?

by blogadmin 30. October 2019 04:32

 

By John Karle
 
Values are principles that do not change, instead we commit to them wholeheartedly no matter what is happening around us. At times we may not benefit in a material fashion from our values, but we will always benefit morally and in strength of character from staying true to our values.

Leadership must be founded on our values and principles. Values guide us through difficult decisions and shape our attitudes, lives, and work. As we lead, our values will draw others to us who share those values. Team members are strengthened as they work with others who are about the same purpose and values.

Have you shared your values with your team? Do they understand how you use values to make decisions and how to do so in your absence? Consider taking time a on regular basis to share how your values shape your leadership.

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