Making good decisions is one of the most critical parts of every leader’s job. And it’s not easy in today’s complex and fast based world. It’s even more challenging when engaging a team to make decisions together.
How often do you consider the role of empathy in a list of qualities of a successful leader? The research is proving a direct link between the two.
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Are you taking stock of how you are progressing against your goals for the year? Ironically, if you are tracking well and likely to nudge close to your goal, or possibly even hit it out of the ballpark, you may fall prey to self-induced behaviors that could ensure you won’t reach your goals.
Imagine you are a senior level leader who experiences these challenges:
- You have to choose between 4 good internal candidates for a promotion and feel anxious about turning 3 of them down. After the news is broken to the unselected candidates you immediately send them an email offering to take them out for lunch and offer to help them with their development
In this recent post, I explored some ideas to help you understand why you may not be quite on track toward achieving your goals this year. In this blog, I’ll offer some ideas for how you can transcend self-created interference and begin some new success habits.
Is your team experiencing any of these themes?
In 18 years since I’ve been coaching leaders through big promotions, I’ve seen a lot of near misses. With so many organizations facing lean "ready now" leadership benches, I forecast a lot more mismanaged transitions on the horizon. Don’t let yours be one of them.
If you are new to the Enneagram personality system...
You will likely be struck by how quick, practical, easy to use and remarkably accurate the Enneagram is as a guide to understanding ourselves. Understanding our personality type does not put us in a box, but instead helps us see the box from which we view the world, so that we can step outside of our limited perspective and constraints.