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Leadership - the most powerful call to action

It’s not only opting to take responsibility for oneself and others, but to take responsibility for the cause itself.

Because of this, leadership is anything but sexy. It’s not attractive. And a lot of the time, it’s not really all that fun.

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The Realm of Extraordinary
The realm of extraordinary leadership doesn’t acknowledge the doing until what’s far more important is committed to — the being.

As feedback arrives from their team and the marketplace, extraordinary leaders look first at how they are before pointing to what they do.

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To lead is to take responsibility for oneself and others, with the aim of causing change. Who the managers are and the values they hold is a fundamental piece of a team’s functionality.

When breakdowns in business occur, the typical response is to change what we’re doing. But if the management itself isn’t effective, the room to operate doesn’t matter.

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Peter Drucker

"Management is doing things right; leadership is doing the right things."

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  • Working to inspire and motivate those around;
  • Focus on collaboration between team members, which creates synergy and a better experience for employees;
  • “Walking the talk,” or act with integrity and honesty with every team member;
  • Building trust: consistently acting with integrity and honesty;
  • Developing and supporting others, and celebrating their successes;
  • Building relationships, which communicates that each team member is valued.

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  1. How’s life? - Helps with building trust.
  2. What are you worried about right now?  
  3. What rumors are you hearing that you think I should know about? - Brings to light rumors that you can dispel before they spin out of control.
  4. If you could be proud of one accomplishment between now and next year, what would it be?
  5. What are your biggest time wasters
  6. Would you like more or less direction from me?
  7. Would you like more or less feedback on your work?
  8. Are there any decisions you’re hung up on?

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