Before Pushing Others At Work, Take A Look In The Mirror
Leaders often see their job as driving greatness from others. But the first step in elevating others is developing your own leadership style.
And that’s not as easy as it might seem. Leaders often try to impress others. Or they copy leadership styles they see elsewhere that might not apply to their situation.
That’s why you must find and stick to your “true north” values when taking action to improve your leadership style, says Bill George, former chairman and CEO of Medtronic (MDT) and a professor at Harvard Business School.