Be a Leader Others Love

Wouldn’t you love to know how to get your employees excited about coming to work on Monday morning?

We are facing a huge leadership crisis, with our leaders unprepared to lead their organizations into the future. Leaders are functioning as managers, focusing on the transactional side of their business, especially in these challenging economic times.

Yes, technical competence and the bottom line are extremely important. The problem with a mindset heavily focused in this area is that we start seeing others as objects. We begin to inflate our own virtues and others’ negative attributes whenever challenges arise.

Leaders, what if we begin to:

✔️See our team members as human beings instead of objects
✔️Listen and ask questions to really understand their viewpoints
✔️Foster a safe place to learn, grow and fail forward
✔️Help team members connect their work to what they find meaningful

An excellent resource for this is “Leadership and Self-Deception” by The Arbinger Institute.

In the comments below, please respond with one thing you have done that helped build healing relationships at work…

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My name is John Ramstead and I’m a former Navy combat fighter pilot, serial entrepreneur, and survivor of a near-fatal accident.  Flying F-14s taught me that if you veer off course just one degree you can end up hundreds of miles away from your destination. To successfully accomplish your mission you need two things; Your true north and a flight plan. My passion is being your wingman to guide you through the exact process to create the life you know you are meant to live.


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