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How Leaders Impact Freedom – Constitutional Freedoms vs Society
What’s any leaders’ obligations when dealing with their team’s freedoms? Do leaders have freedom of speech? It’s a difficult question, and in times like in 2020 in the United States of America, it’s become a major challenge.
Why a Trump Lose Means More American Decline Than Most Can Imagine
While I don't generally blog about politics, a big part of leadership is having a position and taking a stance when necessary. This post is about leadership and the effects this election has on your ability to lead.
How Faith Empowers Leaders
Faith tends to conjure up ideas of religion first. This has the effect of causing many people to avoid discussing it. It’s exactly what makes faith for leaders and leadership particularly important. Here's why...
Leadership and the Value of Character Over Reputation and Branding
At the core of everything you do is your character. It’s the core of your reputation and it’s the basis of your branding. Before you lead anything, work anywhere, help anyone, your character defines how you will perform. Read to see why it's so vital
Winning - Why Good Leaders Win More than Others
When you trust your team, delegate planning based on your desired end game, you get results that are consistently great. Winning is the only acceptable outcome for leaders. It’s a victory for the team and sometimes means conquering your market
How Leaders Face Possibilities
Leaders face possibilities quite different from managers and team members. How leaders do this exemplifies their leadership skills and defines why they succeed so often.
How Leaders Deal with Being Wrong
When advancing along the path of how to be a good leader, you will make mistakes. What you do when you get it wrong will be a big part of your leadership development. Handle this right, and you will know a big secret of how to be a good leader.
What You May Not Have Considered About Leadership Vision
You hear it in the news media, talk shows, and even advertisements. People love to talk about vision. But what is vision in leadership? Here’s some insight…
FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions): Here are some common questions about Leadership Development.
Leader and leadership development are complementary terms, that is one adds to the other. Leader development is the base for building leadership development. Leader development is individual level driven by personal goals and uses coaching to create individual outcomes and results.
Leadership development includes leader development and emphasizes the networked relationships and large group outcomes from leaders.
Leaders, like everyone, must develop beyond their basic ability to lead. Leadership is a dynamic skill. You aren’t born with it. Leadership development helps you as a leader grow from your experience with a focus on the right skills.
Leaders must first have a clear vision and mission. This will enable developing and linking the leadership strategy to the organization vision and mission. The next step is having accurate information and input analyze the current leadership situation and what's needed for the future. At this point, the gaps have been identified, and an action plan can be crafted to create and implement the leadership strategy.
A leadership development plan is a detailed plan that helps your organization develop its leadership team. It can also be for you personally to progress your career towards advanced leadership roles in senior executive positions. It is a powerful tool to strategically guide your company leadership growth or to guide you throughout through a career growth and professional development.
Leadership development refers to effort that improve the skills, abilities and confidence of leaders at both the organizational lever and personal level. Programs vary widely in complexity, cost and style of teaching. Coaching and mentoring are two forms of development often used to guide and develop leaders. Having a leadership development plan for both companies and individuals is also essential.
Leaders need the ability to communicate well, to inspire teams, and to encourage their colleagues. Leadership training help build these qualities and will increase productivity while creating an improved work environment. Training and nurturing future leaders is important and it's done through aggressive leadership training.
A solid leader will have a clear vision, courage, integrity, honesty, humility and clear focus. Quality leaders help inspire to people to develop and mainain self-motivation for reaching their goals. They don't fear hiring people that might be better or smarter than them. They take pride and in and advertise the accomplishments of those they help move ahead.