Reduced confidence leads to increased anxiety, procrastination and eventually paralysis. As a leader, this paralysis can stall the entire organization.
What are we to do as leaders in the midst of failure? Here are four ways to lead through failure.
A good leader keeps her or his head up during tough times. The leader is called to stand on a parapet and look out towards the horizon, discovering possibilities. Shoegazing at the problem at hand will not inspire confidence, lead the troops, or promote outside-the-box thinking needed to find solutions. When, as a leader, you take this higher view, you can maintain enthusiasm without becoming a false, rah-rah cheerleader.
You can influence people in a positive way. With a little time and practice, you can also leave an impression on all who you come into contact with.
Regardless if you agree with him politically or share his methods, Donald Trump is a king of leaders. The picture he conjures is one of enormity peppered with multiple successes and failures. Can you lead like that?
If you don’t have trust in any relationship, there’s nowhere you can go that won’t wind up being tainted by distrust and underhanded dealings. So what are my six tips for making sure you have trust in the workplace? Here you go!
7 pointers that can help you gain respect in a new job.
The best way to find and play to your strengths, to analyze the way you perform in certain business situations, is to give yourself a job interview.
You’ve heard the phrase “sky is the limit” but what happens when you run out of sky? Who does the leader look to for inspiration?
"When conflict arises at work, be prepared to solve the problem with GIN." ~Karen Keller, Ph.D.
Are you guilty of bending the rules just a little? Watch out for these long term pitfalls!