industry thoughts from Clarteza
I have always admired great leaders. I’ve tried to figure out what they do, not because they were very successful with their careers, but because they created value. They created value for the team they led, for their communities, and for clients they served.
I studied leadership at school, but mostly, I learned it on the job. I have seen bad leadership and how damaging it is, and observed remarkable leadership and how it lifts organizations.
What I have learned though, is that your leadership style has to match the style and culture you want to create within your organization.
Here’s what leadership …
We think we’re immune to change. We say, that’s just the way I am, the way I’ve always been. But the truth is, you can change. You are not defined by past choices and you can become that better self you imagine.
Here’s my advice on how to make that happen, gained from my recent work at making some real changes in my own life.
- The first and most important step is to make your mind up.
You may be able to imagine getting up early and having more time for coffee and reading …