Being able to see what others do well is a real-life superhero power in the workplace that every leader should have. However, all superheroes are quirky in at least two ways.
Top-down leadership styles usually involve the leader being the focal point with subordinates taking direction and following orders. Bottom-up leadership styles usually involve the subordinates driving the action and the leader facilitating the action.
Knowing when to elevate and level up in your career is one that will require you to “get out of your own way” and explore, just like the way we do to move our agency’s mission forward.
Good leadership comes from conscious cultivation of the qualities it takes to effectively connect with and inspire others.
Just like how you can sound differently than what you might think, you can be perceived differently too, which is why it’s important to pay attention to your personal brand.
Take a look at some other benefits of lending your time and experience to an organization.
Busyness can be a train that keeps barreling down the tracks, if you let it. But, implementing some changes in perspective can give your life a healthy balance, and keep your “engine” running efficiently.
In belated honor of National Boss’s Day (which came earlier this month) here are some tips for first-time supervisors.
It’s not always clear how to improve performance. The value of the work we do can sometimes be a little mysterious.
Advancing a career isn’t easy. There are many things to consider, and it’s easy to lose track of each of the steps that need to be taken to climb the ladder. An Individual Development Plan (IDP) can help.