I’ve never met a leader who says he longs to be forgotten. He wants to be remembered. And what does he want to be remembered for? Every leader wants to be remembered for being effective.
Yet there are so many leaders who struggle with being effective.
They flounder trying to get their teams to follow them. They lack the ability to move their vision forward. And they never get anything done.
But what causes this leadership ineffectiveness? Previously, I’d shared 5 reasons your leadership is ineffective. Those 5 reasons were:
You fail to listen to your team
You fail to do what you say
You fail to cast a clear vision
You fail to influence
You fail to communicate clearly
These reasons are still valid for ineffective leadership. Lack of communication, listening, follow through, vision casting, and influence impacts leadership negatively. However, there are more reasons why your leadership is ineffective.