When we look at a highly effective team we notice, calm, common purpose; each with the ability to bring their thoughts, observations and suggestions, trust, love, a deep desire for all to be doing well, no hidden agendas and total focus on the future direction.
Leadership isn’t a sprint race, sure there are expectations on you but its not a race. As you start to notice what is actually going on around you only then will you be able to make formed decisions.
Whilst organisations all around the world are grappling with and fighting for talent my guiding principle is, don’t underestimate the huge benefits to your organisation and people that grey hairs bring!
To be so called successful in leadership I believe it comes back to being very much ok in who you are. The rest takes care of itself.
No one is ever ready to step into a bigger role, we all have phases of excitement, fears apprehension, self doubt
Letting go isn’t a sign of weakness. If you look at it from a differently angle letting go will allow you the most important need any leader strives for and that is Time.
CEOs in 2024 will open doors for others to walk through, they will remove dead waste and above all ensure there people are working effectively, passion about what they are doing and how their work will impact the organisation today and into the future.
That relationship will be build on trust, an appetite to enable the professional to be the very best that they must be.
Peter Drucker spoke about the next phase of leadership was
The winning resume isn’t carefully crafted to an inch of its life, its is personal, it is real, it is written by you. It brings to life what makes you wickedly you.