Monthly Archives: December 2018
I’ve posted the recommended reading blogs for one year now. It was a little experiment and I’ve enjoyed putting my thoughts to a few blogs but this will be my last for now.
Here are posts from December that I recommend:
The Best Leaders Are Helpful
Being helpful to teams can be an overlooked priority for leaders. “Listen and understand what people expect from you, not what will make you look good.” This post should act as a reminder to focus on giving over taking and offers suggestions on ways to help your teams. Remember, sometimes getting out of the team’s way can be their biggest help!
5 Ways Introverted Leadership can make You a Great Manager
Introverted leaders can naturally allow others to shine so looking at some of their traits makes this a great post. I believe any type of leader can succeed as long as they have… Continue reading
If you regularly read books or blogs on leadership then you’re never far away from leadership quotes or graphics. They can be a powerful way to get a good point across and give useful reminders, however, they can also fool us into leading a certain way!
Here are a few quotes:
“Leadership means running fast enough to keep ahead of your people”
“In the simplest terms, a leader is one who knows where he wants to go, and gets up and goes.”
“A leader is one who knows the way, goes the way, and shows the way.”
Then we have these typical leadership images:
What impression do they give you about leadership?
When I see these a few thoughts come to mind:
- They say lead from the front
- The leader is the main person in the team
- Leaders have to know everything
- Without the leader the team won’t function
- The… Continue reading