There are many forces making it difficult for good leaders to succeed.
Increasing Pace of Work, Volatile Economic Times, Constant Change, Employees Seeking Meaningful Work, Leaner Staffing…
Which leaders will successfully work through these problems in the new year? The ones that:
Work Smarter, Balance Work and Home Life, Use Systems Thinking to Solve Problems, Engage Employees in Improving Work, Make it Safe for Employees to Share Ideas and Concerns, Trust Others, Are Honest, Caring and Trustworthy…
There is a lot to get right, and we need to continually practice and improve as leaders to continue to meet the increasing pressures of the work world.
Here is an article about getting your leadership in shape for the New Year – leadership challenge blog. Check out DDI’S Top 10 Talent Management Resolutions for 2010 – DDI Top 10 Talent Management Resolutions. Stephen M. R. Covey’s article How the Best Leaders Build Trust will get you focused on using behaviors that build trust in the New Year. When you are ready to see how you’re doing, check out Tom Peters 50 Have Yous. Above all, be sure to remember that Leadership Isn’t About You, per Marshall Goldsmith.
Lead Well in the New Year!
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