How Do YOU Lead?

by blogadmin 4. February 2019 06:07

LEADERSHIP IN ACTION | LEADERSHIP EDITION | FEBRUARY 4, 2019

"Leadership is not about titles, positions, or flowcharts. It is about one life influencing another." ~John Maxwell

Leaders define success much differently than others within their respective organization. Some may define success as getting their reports done on time, staying within the budget, and meeting deadlines. These tasks are good accomplishments, but they do not meet the test for the INFLUENCE of leaders that spurs success. 

Strong leaders define success as creating influence around things that are important. They strive to change laws or environments, create  opportunities, and to change the power structure to benefit others. They seek to influence not as a benefit to themselves, but rather to assist those they serve. Their measure of success is all about how much they have influenced others for their good. A great calling for those who are not caught up in the trappings of artificial success. 

Personal Challenge:

Which team member do you know the least? When is the last time you took a moment to share your knowledge and expertise? In what new ways can you inspire others?

All The Best,

Rhoda 

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