By Jeff Wolf
- Leaders maintain credibility by being honest, forthright, and open; their values, allegiances and priorities are beyond reproach
- Leaders establish shared values among teams, instill confidence in followers, create organizational excitement and are not afraid of change
- When strategies, objectives, and paths to success are clearly defined, individuals, teams and organizations will be motivated, inspired and energized
- Great leaders listen with empathy and speak with honesty to gain and maintain trust with people
- Customers are vital to your success. As a leader, you must continually enhance and reinforce the ideals of customer satisfaction from top to bottom of the organization
- Motivated people give you a competitive advantage. As a leader, you can make the difference between those who care deeply about their roles versus those who simply show up for work every day (if you’re lucky), and go through the motions while collecting a paycheck
- An effective leader motivates employees to work together and achieve greatness, instilling confidence and trust as they go about their everyday business
Contact us today to discuss how we may partner with you to develop your current and future leaders or to have Jeff Wolf speak at your next meeting, conference or convention: Michael Adams email@example.com 858-638-8260 or www.wolfmotivation.com
Did You Know
- According to a Stanford Study: Nearly 66% of CEOs do not receive coaching or leadership advice from outside consultants or coaches, while 100% of them stated that they are receptive to making changes based on feedback. Nearly 80% of directors said that their CEO is receptive to coaching.
- A global survey by PriceWaterhouseCoopers and the Association Resource Center found that the mean Return on Investment in coaching was 7 times the initial investment, and over a quarter of coaching clients reported a stunning ROI of 10 to 49 times the cost.
- A Deloitte University Report found:Leadership development and succession planning was identified as an “urgent need” by 86% of those surveyed but only 13% believe they do an “excellent job” of preparing individuals for future leadership roles. Building a leadership pipeline demands multiple resources throughout the organization, but perhaps the most challenging aspect is the range of resources required for leadership development by the HR department.