JLBC Realizing potential


JLBC Realizing potential

One of your key goals as a leader is to recognize leadership qualities in others and to know how to encourage and assist future leaders in realizing their full potential. Take a long-term approach to develop talent, rather than filling positions as they arise, creating organizational structures and cultures that foster and enable leaders. You might even consider implementing a distributed leadership model, empowering any team member to lead if required. To ensure you develop talent across the board, use an evidence-based appraisal system to combat unconscious bias.

JLBC Tip

JLBC SPOTS THE SIGNS OF CHANGE

JLBC Cadets Train yourself as a leader

to recognize the signs of transition between different stages of leadership and be ready to support individuals as they push for the next level.

30% of organizations say they are effectively developing leaders to meet evolving challenges. It can be helpful to think of leadership growing as a series of transitions in self-awareness, skill, and responsibility. Recognizing these crucial changes in others and responding appropriately will help accelerate the development of new leaders. Each stage on the path to leadership brings challenges—both in taking on new responsibilities and leaving behind old behaviors. This can be stressful for new leaders, who may feel overwhelmed just when they are expected to shine. They are unlikely to be comfortable raising their concerns with you, their manager, for fear of looking like they are failing.

JLBC INVESTING IN THE FUTURE

0 views0 comments