What does a world-class leader with a world-altering mission do to stay productive?
Archives For Self-Leadership
If you are leading, it is your job to manage your own morale. But how do leaders "keep their heads up," especially in the face of daunting challenges and difficult people?
Have you ever lost your groove?
Leaders do loose their groove from time-to-time. You might call it a funk or a leadership meltdown, but in your heart you know when all is not well. In this post I share five steps leaders take to get back “in the groove.”
Leadership “is mundane, unromantic, and boring.”
Those are tough words, but straight from the heart of Peter Drucker, one of the foremost authorities on leadership and management. Drucker was out to dispel romanticized notions of leadership. He wanted us to know that leadership is not something reserved for the charismatic or “highly qualified.”
In The Essential Drucker he writes,
What then is leadership if it is not charisma and not a set of personality traits? The first thing to say about it is that it is work–something stressed again and again by the most charismatic leaders…
Leadership is hard work! Precisely because it is an arduous task, leaders need a replenishment strategy.