This Week in Leadership (Nov 29 - Dec 5)
Questions—and answers—about the Omicron variant's impact on organizations. Plus, critical year-end moves to boost your career.
To lead others, you must continually measure yourself—not overestimating your strengths, and not underestimating your weaknesses. To be an effective leader, you must be able to look humbly in the mirror at the start of each morning—to reflect, assess, and recommit to continual improvement. As the leader, you must ask yourself each day, “What can I do to make—and be—the change I want to see in the world?”
Undertaking the leadership journey requires self-awareness. It bears repeating: it’s not about you, but it begins with you: who you are as a person and the behaviors and attitudes that you model for others.
Here’s how you can be more effective leader by “looking in the mirror”: