How has your track record of “dealing with ambiguity” been working out lately? Sal Mondelli offers examples of how “adjusting while you are on the course” can be a guide to success in an ever changing environment.
If you are a technically trained, highly skilled professional taking on a new leadership position, there a few of the important areas that you will need to address quickly to be successful in that role.
Commit to excellence, surround yourself with people who share that commitment, and lead others to places they only dreamed of going. Real-world examples show a common playbook for sustained success.
As a leader, how you feel internally and how you present yourself externally need to match up for you to be authentic in every situation. Before you lead others authentically, you need to understand the real you.
You’ve likely heard about the pitfalls of “staying the same” and falling behind. But have you thought about how that applies to you specifically? Remember that you are the one in charge of your future and personal brand, and sometimes you need to take a risk or a step backwards to achieve the goal that you have in mind.
How does your organization integrate the “We” mindset with the “Me” culture of today? A thriving culture is inclusive, transparent, and has an environment that focuses on customers and team members.