I remember an especially hard year as a leader. It was so bad several members of our staff had told me where I was letting them down.
I have learned personally that leading well requires discipline. It doesn’t happen naturally.
Who are you developing to take your place? If leadership development isn’t communicated and followed up on, it won’t happen.
These are always discussions I’d rather not have, but I know are necessary for the continued health of the relationship, the team, and the individual.
“Leadership development doesn’t have to be expensive. The key is to be intentional.”
How will you know when it’s time to take the lead?
Some people stay too long. Does this sound cruel? I don’t mean it to, but they do. They stay beyond their welcome. Beyond their usefulness.
“Here are eight ways to be the “odd person out” on a team.”
Why it may be even more important that a leader learns recognize when a team is decreasing in motivation.
“No leader enjoys replacing good people.”