Five Strategies to Develop YOUR Future Leaders

 

Most people are not born leaders; they have to develop their skills and talents. To successfully lead a company, class or group it requires a unique ability. It takes more than talent to grow an organization, it requires strategy. Our leadership team has combined a list of five strategies to support your development of future leaders for your organization.

 

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January 29, 2013

Five Strategies to Develop

 YOUR Future Leaders

  
Greetings! 
  
Most people are not born leaders; they have to develop their skills and talents. To successfully lead a company, class or group it requires a unique ability. It takes more than talent to grow an organization, it requires strategy. Our leadership team has combined a list of five strategies to support your development of future leaders for your organization.
  

 

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1. Challenge them with unfamiliar jobs:

Stretch assignments are growth-oriented exercises with some inherent risk. They're designed to push participants past their skill level. Even failure offers valuable lessons that can add new skills, improve confidence and solidify employee commitment.

 

2. Test the waters:

Find out what people think about your style of management. This could be a real eye opener, and the key to making changes to your leadership style. Employ a 360 degree approach wherein you receive feedback from your team members and peers. Let your team in on the objective behind the survey. A relaxed and open environment will help draw their honest opinion. 

 

3. Continue to educate and improve:

 

Great leaders continue to improve themselves in every possible way. The person who thinks he is an expert, has a lot more to learn. Never stop learning. Be receptive to everyone's perceptions and information from around the world and beyond.

 

 

4. Performance Assessment:

 

There's no getting away from it - leadership begins with taking time to regularly, consistently and fairly give feedback on each team member's performance.
  
  

5.  Improve communication skills:

 

Having great leadership skills includes  being able to clearly and specifically communicate your vision, goals, skills, intentions, and expectations to others. This also includes your ability to listen to what other people are consciously or unconsciously communicating. To become a great communicator, continually strive to improve your verbal, nonverbal, and listening skills.

Do you need to develop your leadership skills? Developing your leadership skills is one of the bestways to increase productivity and manage your career. Contact us today to receive information on viable training and development management solutions for your work place.
 



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