Working Conversations Episode 54:
Don’t Leave These Leadership Lessons Behind
Are you a senior leader in your organization? Or are you someone who leads from the side, whether an individual contributor or someone who manages projects or people?
Whether you’re the former or the latter, today’s episode is going to give you even more clarity about your leadership.
I’m a firm believer that anyone can lead from wherever they are on the organizational chart. Everyone is important, influential, and needed.
And in today’s episode, we’re going to talk about everything from how leaders have carried themselves and how their leadership has morphed and changed with the uncertainty and ambiguity in our world, to the leadership lessons that shouldn’t be left behind as we move into the new frontier of the post-pandemic period.
These lessons will demonstrate your humanity, humility, and of course, your leadership. These might also help you to retain your workforce and might give you an idea or two that will be powerful recruiting tools.
By the end of this episode, you’re going to be the leader your colleagues, your organization, and the world need to be — authentic, compassionate, and a helping hand.
Are you ready to be one? Listen here or wherever you listen to podcasts. If you’ve found this episode helpful, don’t forget to share it with the leaders around your circle!
Remember, we are not going back to the way things were. We are headed into a new frontier, where work, our organizations, and the meaning we make out of our work have the possibility to profoundly change for the better.
HERE’S WHAT WE’RE GOING TO DIG INTO IN THIS EPISODE:
- Keep being your authentic self. It helps us all.
- Stay compassionate and use your emotional intelligence.
- Lend a hand. Help out wherever you can.
HELPFUL LINKS RELATED TO THIS EPISODE:
Free 20 page eBook: The Reentry Guide: Nine Steps for a Smooth Return to the Office