Self-awareness requires time for reflection and self-evaluation. It involves observation—of yourself and of how othersreact to you.
If you hope to establish a leadership culture, you need to be intentionally modeling 12 behaviors to solidify your leadership culture.
As a leader, you can either add yourself to every task and activity your team is attempting to accomplish today, or you can multiply by investing in the ability of your teammates to lead.
When you add value to the people you value, you establish a culture that multiplies value to others, including customers and partners.
In this video, learn you can learn how to create a culture that promotes starting today, no matter how small the step you take.
In this video, Chris Goede talks with John Maxwell about the importance of intentionally designing a culture that produces the behaviors needed to take your organization where you want it to go.
The level of engagement that an individual on your team exhibits is often tied to how much they feel valued by their leader.
Leaders who are great communicators do more than communicate; they connect with the people with whom they are speaking.
The fastest way to increase your influence is by connecting with the people on your team. Read our post on developing a culture of leadership.