Organizations are evolving at ever-accelerating rates. They have to, if they want to survive
In a prior post, I wrote about how leaders commonly see themselves as the
Being an effective leader requires being courageous. But in what way? When I speak
Consider the following quote: (In fact, in the comments, let me know whether or
Success rarely comes about by chance. It comes about because someone set a specific
Learn what Brené Brown has to say about: 1. What prevents leaders from being more effective, 2. How it is critical for leaders to become more self-aware in order to become more effective, and 3. What is required of leaders to actually move the needle on their effectiveness.
The difference between recognition and appreciation can mean the difference between being a weak positive influence and a strong positive influence on those you lead.
How we see the situations we encounter shape our ability to be a positive influence, someone that others want to follow.
Being an effective leader requires that we become someone others want to follow, developing and improving ourselves such that we become someone that others admire and want to follow, not because of the position we hold, but because of the person we are.
Your goal orientation plays a driving role in your effectiveness and success as a person, parent, employee, leader, etc. Thus, if you do want to be effective and successful, it is important to question your “why.” What goal orientation do you have? If you have anything but a mastery orientation you are surely putting a limit to how effective and successful you can be.