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Whether you’ve had official management training from your organization or not, leadership skills take practice and time to develop. Sometimes you need a refresher, other times you may need to start with the basics. Identifying the skills you need and want to work on is the first step. Some possible topics are: listening, verbal and written communication, developing your team, holding people accountable.
Maybe you’ve been given feedback or received an annual review that tells you that something about you needs to be improved. What does it mean? How do you work improving that quality? Identifying performance gaps and creating a success plan for them is one of the advantages of working with a coach.
Emotional Intelligence is a cornerstone of effective leadership in today’s work world. Understanding your own emotions, the emotions of others, and how they affect thinking and behaviors can guide you to better conversations and interactions with those around you, especially members on your team and company. It can also inform you on how to better interact with your customers and vendors, as well as, your friends and family.
For each of us, success has a personal definition. Clearly defining it for yourself is a key to achieving it. One of the best things you can do to help you become more successful is to be constantly learning new things and growing your self-knowledge and self-awareness. The greatest leaders work on this daily.
Here are the ways we can work together.