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3 Steps to Becoming a Better Leader Among Leaders

Being a leader among leaders, we all have a unique opportunity to inspire and motivate those around us.

Whether managing a team, serving on a committee, or simply leading by example, our actions and attitude will impact those we work with.

So, to be a leader among leaders, focus on these three (3) areas:

  1. Focus on building (and maintaining) strong relationships with those around you. This means being approachable, respectful, and empathetic. Take the time to truly listen to the needs and concerns of your colleagues. By building trust and rapport, you can create a culture of collaboration and respect, where everyone feels valued and supported.
  2. Set and portray a positive example. This means being accountable for your actions, modeling strong work ethic and professionalism, and showing a willingness to take on challenges and overcome obstacles. By demonstrating a commitment to excellence, you can inspire and motivate others to do the same.
  3. Ensure that everyone on your team feels valued and respected, regardless of their background, experiences, or perspectives. This means actively seeking out diverse thinkers and their perspectives, and creating an environment where everyone has an opportunity to be heard and included.

Remember, being a leader among leaders is about more than just holding a position of authority. It's also about a culture of excellence and collaboration, where everyone feels supported and empowered to do their best work.

Lead on!

Mike McKenna

About the author

Mike McKenna is the founder and president of TEAM Solutions. He helps public and private sector leaders improve their outcomes before, during and after a planned event or unplanned crisis.

Please contact Mike via the Contact page.

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