“To communicate as an authentic leader, you have to look into your own experiences and find those themes that are most important to you”
As an organisation, you almost certainly have in place all the usual (and indeed essential) ingredients for success; you’ll know what your purpose is and the principles you will apply in order to deliver it. These will be underpinned by policies, plans and procedures that describe how you will do so. And you will have teams of capable, knowledgeable and talented individuals with the skills, attributes and abilities to get you there.
And so does every other organisation. And it’s likely that theirs all look pretty similar to yours. Because you all have the same access to resources, technology and people.
So what sets one apart from another? What really differentiates the good from the great? What’s the magical, transformational ingredient that brings out the best in all the other ingredients?
Specifically both the quality and the quantity of your leadership. Why both? Because it’s not just about how good your leadership is, its also about how much of their time people in your organisation actually spend ‘doing’ leadership.
So whether you’re looking to reverse a decline, step-up your performance, respond to changing market conditions or sustain class-leading performance look first at the way your leaders are leading and encouraging, enabling and equipping those around them to lead. Your ability to grow, nurture and liberate your organisation’s leadership muscles (aka ‘Leadership Development’) holds the key to your future success.
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