Is there a more magical time than Christmas? Christmas trees are up in many homes. The houses are decorated with lights and blow up reindeer. Families are coming together and enjoying their time together (I know this last one isn’t always a possibility but it is my hope for you and your family).
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Christmas tends to bring out the best in people. They’re excited to share presents with one another and people are often more generous.
But what does this have to do with leadership? Are there leadership lessons from Christmas? You betcha…
Leadership Lessons From Christmas
1. Be joyful:
Christmas, for many, is a happy time of year. People are excited to have their friends and families around. They’re happy to see the looks on their faces when presents are opened. Read more...
Relationships are an essential part of leadership. They connect you to other leaders, expand your influence, and allow you access to mentors.
You can’t go wrong in forging relationships.
And yet many leaders struggle with relationships. Either they don’t want them or they don’t know how to create relationships.
Let’s try to solve this issue today.
I’ve discovered three techniques that will make it a breeze to build relationships with other leaders and members of your tribe. Let’s get started!
1. Make yourself available: A big hindrance to building quality relationships is many leaders refuse to make themselves available to others. These leaders want to be an island unto themselves. Forging ahead and being the lone ranger.
However, this creates a problem. You’re not reaching out to others and offering your talents. You’re keeping it all to yourself. Read more...