When you look back at the past year, are you happy with the type of leader you were? Is there an area where you feel that if you were able to improve on, it would drastically improve your leadership effectiveness?
The first step in improving any skill is to know where you are before you can determine where you want to go.
What do you want to accomplish this year when it comes to Leadership and Management Strategies? What type of leader do you want to become? Looking forward, where do you want your leadership journey to take you?
Don’t overestimate the importance of this exercise. Reflecting on your strengths and opportunities will help you set your leadership goals going forward.
“Contrary to the opinion of many people, leaders are not born. Leaders are made, and they are made by effort and hard work.” — Vince Lombardi, 1913-1970, Professional football coach
As I plan my themes and posts for the following year, let me know how I can help you reach your goals. What are you currently struggling with that you would like me to cover on my blog?
Here are just some of the Leadership and Management Strategies that will be covered throughout the year:
What is the one question you should ask yourself every day as a leader?
Are Performance Reviews still worth it?
How great Managers organize their time
Case Studies of Bad Managers
Beware of Deceptions
Importance of Emotional Bank Account and Leadership
How Leaders Lead Leaders
Creating a Development Plan for your Team Members
Posts covering the frequently asked leadership and management questions that I get asked
This is just the tip of the iceberg. Do you see any topic that is not here but you would like covered? Feel free to contact me through my email address info(at)leadgrowdevelop.com, or leave it in the comments below. With your questions, we can have a great year filled with inspirational tips and strategies.
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