All of us will be subject to ever-increasing demands to learn new things and upgrade our skill sets.
As leaders, we must strike an appropriate balance between strength and vulnerability, passion and measure, single-mindedness and inclusivity, determination and curiosity, and leadership and followership.
Team members are looking to their leaders for guidance and support as they navigate both new and existing challenges both personally and professionally.
As a learning leader, you are positioned to help your organization succeed during the pandemic. But you can’t drive change if you’re burned out.
To build effective work connections, leaders need the relationship skills to manage up, collaborate and motivate others. These skills begin with being approachable. Being approachable opens the door for leaders to navigate their careers more successfully.
Understanding how learning takes place incrementally in four stages can help you assess the need for training and the motivation to learn.