As I continue to evaluate my leadership and my approach to people, problems, and solutions, I find myself dealing with a little of arrogance and pride. I believe I would consider myself just a bit arrogant. Well, maybe even a bit more than a bit, depending on who you talk to.
Balance is important. You never want to go too far one way or the other. Learning to balance your interaction and ultimately your leadership of people requires continuous, delicate adjustments to maintain an effective approach. Balance is stressed in every aspect of our lives — from learning to ride a bike to eating a balanced diet. It should be no different in our interactions with employees and others in the organization.
For the safety professional, improving our individual leadership will enhance our ability to influence others in the direction we believe will eliminate injuries and protect employees.
We all resist change. But why? Because we are uncertain of the outcome. However, change is invetiable and must be embraced.
As you begin to evaluate your job offer(s), it is crucial you carefully consider your options making sure you choose what is right for your career and family.
The way you craft or respond to an email determines the effectiveness of your words. That drives the intended outcome and creates the influence you desire.
I’ve found that most successful leaders become successful through their insatiable drive to learn more. They are never satisfied with what they know, they always want to know more. In fact, successful leaders are somewhat obsessive with their desire and drive to learn.