Those who lead need to be people of conviction. Leaders need to hold fast and true to what they believe true.
When they don’t, organizations begin to sway and falter. We see uncertainty and unclear vision when a conviction is not there.
This begs the question: What convictions should leaders hold onto? What can a leader believe that will drive their organization forward?
I believe there are 5 convictions every leader must believe and hold tightly to.
1. There are better days ahead: It’s easy to get discouraged when leading. Your organization might not be moving ahead as quickly as you would like. Your team may not be following your instruction. Your company may even be facing financial difficulty.
Those days suck. But there are better days ahead.
Remember the glory days? The days that looked so promising and held so much excitement?