Leadership Tip of the week
As the CEO, do you ever wonder what will happen if you are to be away from your position for longer than you anticipated without notice? How well will your staff cope without your intervention in any form? A leader’s position should be more of influence and not just affluence. One of the clues to identifying a leader is that “his people consistently demonstrate superior performances” A leader is great, not because of his or her power but because of his ability to empower others and make them deliver quality performance with minimum supervision. A great leader’s responsibility is to develop and motivate others to do the work. Loyalty to leadership is earned when the follower has personally grown through the mentorship of a leader.
This tip is adapted from “Developing The Leader Within you” John C.Maxwell