The starting point for outstanding leadership that leads to flourishing teams and high performance is knowing your people.
Extraordinary leaders aren’t always charismatic. Rather, they produce outstanding results, ranging from greater profitability to better customer experiences. On every important business metric, they have the knack of producing better numbers.
Deciding where the responsibility of leadership development lies is one of the more significant challenges, as it is often segmented between business leads and line managers. Learning leaders and line managers should work together.
How can we use gamification to deliver leadership development programs when the first thing that comes to mind when we think about the term is imaginary beings, contrived competition and cutting-edge technology?
How can an effective leader influence and inspire, drive for results, or innovate without strong communication skills? It’s often effective communication that sets great leaders apart from other strong contributors on a team.
The best way to make sure that learning is intentional and focused is to view the experience through the lens of six fundamental leadership practices
Distributed leadership opens the door to the collaboration of several leaders with varying degrees of influence and expertise.