One of the most rewarding and challenging things about being a leader is the diverse set of skills it requires. You need technical skills and expertise in your field, management skills, planning skills, communication skills and the list goes on. However, in our time working with many companies we’ve found that effective leadership can most often be distilled down to three traits: Integrity, Accessibility & Openness.
As we begin to see the light at the end of the COVID-19 tunnel, many employees are having mixed feelings about returning to the office. Just as everyone became comfy working from their couch, now many are experiencing anxiety about transitioning back to their pre-Covid lives after a traumatic and already anxiety-inducing year. Learn how you can mindfully help employees return to the office in this post.
Are you someone who likes to take the back seat and not be the center of attention? Does speaking up and giving your opinion in a meeting make you anxious? If so, you may be a low scorer in exhibition. Let’s take a look at the behavioral traits of someone with a low score in exhibition and what you can do to best encourage their growth.
One of the most rewarding and challenging things about being a leader is the diverse set of skills it requires. You need technical skills and expertise in your field, management skills, planning skills, and the list goes on. However, one set of skills that sometimes falls by the wayside but that’s essential to being an effective leader is soft skills.
In the second lesson of the Leadership Essentials series, Rick explores the importance of relaxation as a leader and the many benefits it can bring.