How to Grow Leaders in Your Business: 5 Simple Steps to Get Started

Are you in the business of growing leaders? Sure, it probably isn’t your main objective as a business owner. But, growing leaders isn’t a bad way to work toward achieving your company’s mission and vision. 

Growing leaders in your business is a win-win-win for your employees, your company, and you. Your employees get the experience they want and need to avoid stagnation. Your business gets an influx of passion and creativity, which can drive growth. And you? You get a dedicated employee who may be in it for the long haul (goodbye, high turnover rates). 

Growing business leaders 101: A how-to

Among other traits, leaders are knowledgeable, humble, organized, passionate, and attentive. Sound like any of your employees? 

To help your team members reach their full potential, you can:

Quotes And Leadership Lessons From How I Became A Superhero

How I Became A Superhero is a French film originally titled Comment je suis devenu super-héros. It was brought to the United States via the streaming service Netflix.

Seeing the title, I was intrigued. I love a good superhero movie. Would this one tell a great tale?

The movie delivered.

Promotional image from How I Became A Superhero

How I Became A Superhero tells the story of Moreau (Pio Marmaï). He’s a cop who has a little secret he’s not telling many people. What’s the secret? He’s a superhero!

If you enjoy superhero movies, give this one a watch. It is different than the normal superhero fare as it is not an American-made movie.

More than enjoying the film, you’re going to walk away a better leader. There are plenty of leadership lessons in How I Became A Superhero.

Quick Guide to Effective Modern Advertising Methods

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When it comes to leading your business, having a stellar product or offering a great range of services is just the start. Of course, you can’t run a business without this, but there is much more to know and do in order to have a business that can really thrive. One aspect of leading a business is knowing how to sell what you do. If you don’t know how to sell what you do or aren’t sure how it will work, then quite simply, the business and your leadership can’t be as good as it could be. 

5 Difficult Leadership Decisions and How to Make Them

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Being a great leader isn’t easy, but almost anyone can do a good job if they put in the time and effort. What really sets outstanding leaders apart from average leadership is the decisions that are made when tough situations come up. By considering these five common decisions most leaders will have to make at some point in their career, you’ll be better equipped to make them when they inevitably come up. 

1) Going in a different direction

While most professionals go into a project believing it will be a success, sometimes it doesn’t turn out the way you planned. Though this doesn’t automatically mean giving up, at some point, you’ll need to decide whether to continue on the path you’re on or switch directions. Going in a new direction with your business can be daunting; though you’ve done your market research, there are no guarantees. 

5 Reasons To Consider Starting A Toastmasters Club At Your Business

Research shows that up to 77% have at least a little glossophobia. What is glossophobia? Glossophobia is the fear of public speaking.

I had a huge fear of public speaking. I would stumble over my words. I would forget what I wanted to stay. I felt like a fool any time I would get up to speak.

Through the urging of friends, I joined a local Toastmasters club. It made a huge impact on my public speaking. Not only that, Toastmasters does more than help improve public speaking. That’s why I think every business leader should consider starting a Toastmasters club at their business.