Authentic Leadership Tip:
I know you may have the title of leader, but that doesn’t automatically make you one.
You must know this: You cannot lead those whose trust you have not earned!
When Anita stepped in front of her two kids, she could feel her very insides shake. She knew very well that she was placing herself in the direct line of fire of verbal abuse from their father.
One of the reasons, so many organizations are struggling to keep their top talent both loyal and engaged is because of the natural evolution high-performance individuals.
People who are high performers have an innate desire for personal growth as well as professional growth. Today’s top talent want to maximize their human potential, and here’s the most important part…this is in complete alignment with the fact that today’s workforce has a deep desire for mastery in what they do.
As leaders committed to becoming even better leaders, we have all at one time or another asked ourselves; what makes someone a great leader?
What does it take to be a successful leader in today’s changing business landscape? What does it take to not only keep your top talent but have them fight to be part of your organization?
The fact is everything you’ve been told about leadership over the past 30 years no longer applies. The world has changed and so has everything we know about becoming—and remaining—an effective leader.