As a leader, we must realize that vulnerability is not a weakness. In reality, vulnerability is a strength. We all have vulnerability, even leaders. The greatest leaders have the self-awareness to recognize this fact and that showing their vulnerability is a sign of courage and strength. I found an interesting article about vulnerability that I found to be very insightful. http://www.smartbrief.com/original/2017/04/power-leadership-vulnerability?utm_source=brief
I was forwarded an insightful article by my professor, Dr. Sharp. Achi & Berger states, “Moving from “managing the probable” to “leading the possible” requires us to address challenges in a fundamentally different way.”. As I read the article, I thought of a main concept of disruption. Am I willing to be uncomfortable in order to achieve? Enjoy the article. http://www.mckinsey.com/business-functions/strategy-and-corporate-finance/our-insights/delighting-in-the-possible?cid=soc-web
As a leader, knowing what leadership style, or a combination of several styles, is most effective allows focus on how to best motivate your team to follow your lead—or to get back in line when they’ve lost their way. Attached is a an article, “Who You Are Is How You Lead” that I currently read and thought it was insightful. https://www.strategy-business.com/blog/Who-You-Are-Is-How-You-Lead
Reading NY Times online, I came across this interesting article on millennials. I agree with the author that millennials are exceptionally talented and smart and we can learn a few things from them!!! Enjoy the article!
I came across an interesting article this morning about Integrity. Studying great leaders and leadership, a core value or trait is consistently listed – integrity. Integrity is the foundation behind countless leadership role models. I hope you enjoy and get something out of Chris McGoff’s article:
Remember, great leaders exemplify integrity by being honest and doing what is right no matter the circumstances. Integrity requires you to make the right choice, even when you may not receive personal gain from the outcome, and to put your own personal agenda aside for the greater good of the organization and the people.