The Best Advice for Leaders in August 2023

The best advice for leaders ⅔ of the way through 2023 is the same as it was at the start of 2023. If you want to start your leadership journey, improve your leadership skills with your current team or work out what behaviours are holding you back – the best place to start is with a leadership assessment.
Learn what current leadership strengths you that you can maintain and develop further.
Learn what current leadership development areas need to be enhanced and improved.
While many on LinkedIn will tell you (myself included) that leadership is both an art and a science, that leadership is an attitude – it is also a set of easily identifiable behaviours and skills that can be developed – made much easier when you know what to focus on.
The best advice for leaders is to take the time to identify your leaderships strengths and development areas – the insights you gain – and the adjustments you make – will not only benefit your leadership but also the team of people around you.
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Developing Your Leadership Skills? You Need To Overcome Friction

Developing your leadership skills? You need to overcome your internal friction of fears, doubt, confidence and risk / reward.
Developing your team? Again, you need to overcome fear, doubt and confidence for yourself + the fears and doubts of others. Add to that the interpersonal friction of different ideas, goals, aspirations, emotions, experience etc

As humans, team members, leaders, managers – we don’t work in a vacuum – our success is based on our ability to overcome difficulties and develop interpersonal relationships – which requires a need (and skill set) to overcome internal and external friction to move forward.

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Fear, lack of confidence, lack of experience or avoidance of friction (and procrastination) – both within ourselves and with others – are incredibly common behaviours.

With learning and practise, they can also be readily overcome to move yourself forward.

If you are feeling stuck and letting potential friction get in the way of your success and moving forward, perhaps its time to talk with someone who can help you overcome it.
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