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Research shows that 30 – 67% of individuals believe their leaders are incompetent. And if you think you are in the competent group, you may actually be more likely to be classified in the incompetent group. Here’s why.
Investing in an executive coach brings an outside perspective to your organization, and partners with you and your leaders to reach your full potential. They help leaders build new habits around how they think and behave, in order to build and maintain high performing teams.
Understanding the competencies and underlying personality traits that are important to remote work can help you assess if it is the right move for your workforce.
As humans, we may never become totally skilled and talented in everything leaders need to do and be. Accepting this in yourself and others demonstrates the courage, resilience, and humility required to be an effective leader.
As leaders, our desire to maintain harmony, gain consensus and not make others uncomfortable can prevent us from taking the bold action that is necessary for change to occur. Did it take a tragedy like the pandemic to drive leaders to create bold change where necessary? Will leaders be willing to drive necessary systemic and organizational changes once we are back to our new normal?
The need for leaders to show and model resiliency is more important now than ever. Begin by taking one or two steps to improve your resiliency with these tips. And remember, the process of enhancing leadership abilities is a marathon, not a sprint.
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.
One of the core characteristics of leadership is self-awareness, or the ability to know and put an accurate name to what you are thinking, feeling, and believing in the moment. Those beliefs will and do impact how you show up to others.
Having a professionally trained coach during this time of COVID-19 related challenges gives leaders the tools they need to remain open and meet life face-to-face.
The process of hiring and succession planning can’t be short cut if you want quality. Predicting who best fits your organization’s needs is both art AND science.