In part two of Dr. Carol Geffner's interview with The Right Honourable Charles Clarke, they discuss what it means to be an authentic leader, and how to balance authenticity with transparency and the needs of a constituency.
Think of a time when you delegated an assignment that worked. What in the delegation process influenced that outcome? Next, think of a time when you delegated an assignment that did not work. What in the delegation process influenced that outcome? Be unstoppable in the workplace with the fundamentals of delegative leadership.
One of the greatest things about the young is their strength. As I watch them mount the stage to fight for the safety of their schools, I reminisce about the generations who went before them.
Do you aspire to hold a leadership position? The first step to becoming a great leader is developing self-awareness. Self-awareness includes an array of touch points: emotional intelligence, awareness of your soft and technical skills, and an understanding of your leadership style.
There are many leadership styles, and each style has a unique set of strengths and weaknesses that are characteristic of that style. With our self assessment, you'll learn whether you are a Front-line, Postmodern, Transformational, Servant, Contrarian or Metamodern leader.
Transformational leaders need to be disruptive innovators, willing to adapt to the unknown territory ahead. From the C-Suites to the front lines, the skills required to succeed involve the ability to take calculated risks, innovate, collaborate, and engage in authentic leadership.