5 Levels of Leadership
Several contemporary surveys cite thousands of employees reporting a whopping 70% of their workplace engagement rides on the relationship with their direct supervisor. Engaged employees = Productive employees. According to John C. Maxwell, “Everything rises and falls on LEADERSHIP.” In other words, your bottom line depends on the effectiveness of your leaders. So, what's the best way to increase the effectiveness of your leaders?
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When leadership is discussed, the usual assumption is that it travels in only one direction: from a higher position to a lower one. But there is a weakness in this premise, because it presumes that all leadership is based on your job title. Leadership is actually much more than that. Leadership is influence, nothing more, nothing less. And influence can be developed by anyone, with anyone, regardless of position.
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Discovering Your Authentic Leadership Style
Every leader has a style of leading. Because people are unique, leaders exist in all shapes and sizes. And there is no one size that fits all. But in many organizations, leadership success is defined narrowly, according to a certain personality type – usually the top leader’s. This “success box” limits the remaining leaders, often forcing them to change to fit inside the “box.”
What if we told you there is a better way? That a leadership style exists that suits you personally, and both feels natural and delivers results?
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