Personal Leadership Performance
As a leader, you are the cornerstone of High Performance and it has to start with you. Since you create results with and through your employees, your professional and business acumen will only have full value when you apply your personal and interpersonal competences.
It is no small feat to lead today – a world of paradox, rapid change and constant pressure of rising expectations to lead team performance. The short-term vs. the long-term; the rational vs. the emotional factors; thriving vs. performance…
Some of the skills required to step fully and effectively into your leadership position are
communication, coaching and feedback; as well as working in a structured way with motivation, relations, and trust.
High Performance, in essence, is created and sustained by ongoing daily feedback loops, even when feedback is not positive. Feedback loops are valuable, and we owe it to our employees to help them navigate High Performance.
In order to lead by behavior and give constructive feedback, you need to be present, and you need to know what you are looking and listening for. And you need the clarity of speech, plus the courage to speak with candor – in a way, that strengthens your relations instead of wearing them down.
Your own performance, as well as your leadership signals that will shape performance of your employees, all starts inside: Your thinking, and how you feel about things. How you allocate your time. And how you master the essential High Performance Leadership skills.
As a leader, you deserve feedback and support in developing your leadership voice and behavior in a challenging, constantly changing business environment.