"In her new role, Wolfgang is responsible for the leadership, coaching and development of the project management team. One of her primary objectives …" https://www.google.com/url?rct=j&sa=t&url=https://www.southcoasttoday.com/news/20190629/business-newsmaker-poyant-promotes-wolfgang-to-project-management-supervisor
If you're trying to become a leader that does well, then you're probably similar to a lot of other people. Nobody has all the answers, but continuous learning is a great way to develop new skills all the time. Read on for great leadership tips and ideas.
Be confident in a decision before you share it with others. If you look indecisive, that will cause those beneath you to be indecisive as well. Not only that, but indecision causes others to be able to try to take your position. Instead, deliberate in private before you make any announcements.
"THERE ARE well-intentioned behaviors and assumptions about leadership that we have accepted over the years that really don’t serve us well. Kevin Kruse has identified ten such assumptions and provided effective counter-thinking in Great Leaders Have No Rules. His goal is to “teach you how to be both the boss everyone wants to work for and the high achiever every CEO wants to hire—all without drama, stress, or endless hours in the office.” The ten principles highlighted below are well supported with research, the experience of Kruse and many interviews. Some of them will immediately resonate with you, others will take some consideration." https://www.leadershipnow.com/leadingblog/2019/05/great_leaders_have_no_rules.htmlhttp://www.leadershipnow.com/cgi-bin/mt/mt-atom.cgi/weblog/blog_id=1/entry_id=1720
On most days, be the first in the office and the last out. This is not just about working the most hours. It's about giving your employees the perception of work ethic. If they see you working hard, they'll believe in you as a leader more. And with that comes real trust and a bump in productivity.
Business is changing constantly so be open to new ideas. Even though something has always worked well in the past, that doesn't mean there isn't a better way to get the job done. Be open to innovative ideas. You can try new methods on a small scale before implementing them company wide.
" Welcome to my weekly round-up of the best-of-the-best recent leadership and communication blog posts. Augmented Humanity Will Disrupt Leadership. Are You Prepared?By Vibhas Ratanjee (@vibhasr via @Gallup), GallupFind out which leadership competencies and how workplace culture are critical in the augmented future of work.“According to Gallup research, more than three in four Americans (76%) "agree" or "strongly agree" that artificial intelligence (AI) will fundamentally change the way people will work and live over the next decade. No need to wait — augmented humanity (AH) is the next gen application of AI, and it's already here…” Read more >> " https://www.yourthoughtpartner.com/blog/weekly-round-up-how-augmented-humanity-will-disrupt-leadership-building-trust
Read what others have to say about leadership. Even great leaders not inspiration themselves. And there's a lot of great books, articles, and web posts out there regarding leadership. Take the time to learn something new everyday, and use what you can in practice. You'll find that it'll strengthen your leadership skills.