The human body is amazing. It even comes with its own clock. This internal, or biological clock tells us when it’s time to eat and sleep. It will council us that, yes there are only two episodes of Lucifer left but it really is time to go to bed. So how can you help your team member’s circadian rhythm?
Coaching and Developing People
This concept of, “fake it ‘till you make it” is very bad advice for leaders. You will get caught faking it, most likely fairly quickly, and will lose any respect your team may have for you.
Too often the requirement to be a follower is interpreted to mean, “Do as you’re told and don’t argue.” Sometimes that may be necessary, but usually that approach does not benefit the team or the leader. A better approach is to support the leader.
I am concerned.
Because of the lack of conflict. What? There is lots of conflict.
Yes there is. But it isn’t good conflict.
One of the most important tasks a leader has is to develop future leaders.
How do you evaluate a potential leader? You need to ask yourself a few questions and observe for the answers.
You know you should develop future leaders. It’s one of your primary leadership responsibilities. But how do you find those future leaders? How do you know if someone will be successful as a leader?
How can you delegate to become a more effective leader?
Have you ever heard, “That person has no values”? What that usually means is, “That person’s values are so different from mine that I don’t recognize them.”
It’s common to do a deep post mortem when things go wrong or failure happens. How come we don’t put as much effort into learning from our successes?