Whether in your role as an L&D leader, or as you develop leaders in your organization, authenticity is key to elevating your influence and impact.
Resilience is the capacity to respond to change and disruption in a flexible and innovative manner. In the face of adversity, resilient organizations maintain productivity while minimizing the emotional toll on their employees.
The goal for all leaders, regardless of the stage of their career, is to be true to their leadership style. Let’s look at seven strategies to showcase your authentic leadership.
Leadership is more important than ever before, yet true leaders are in short supply. There is a huge crisis of confidence in leaders. Since the financial crash of 2008, distrust in leaders has dramatically increased. Only one-third of people trust leaders.
Authentic leaders reduce turnover by building trust and creating a culture where people want to work. They motivate and engage employees by igniting passions while aligning personal motivations to corporate goals.
In a previous post, I identified five strategies that women need to develop their leadership presence: being authentic, living a whole life, being clear, driving their destiny and growing their tribe. Let’s take a closer look at being authentic.