DiA Discoveries ... how effective are you as a people leader?
Earlier this year, we published a DiA Discoveries blog that shared our insights into those factors that seem to hinder consistently good leadership practice, or taking a more positive outlook, the key strengths that underpin great leadership practice. Team members often talk of the variation in the effectiveness of their leaders – many are good, few are ‘great’!
When people ask us what we think makes a great leader – we often give this answer.
Great people leaders are those who
a) want to be and own the role of being a people leader, and then
b) want to be a better one!
As Marshall Goldsmith famously said, For most leaders, the great challenge is not understanding the practice of leadership; It is practicing their understanding of leadership. Or as we say, not just knowing but doing.
In this November blog, we ask 6 key questions and share a simple table that gives you the opportunity to reflect again on your effectiveness as a people leader. If you are a people leader – how effective do you think you are? How strong do you think these 6 factors are for you?
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