The Influence Of A Leader’s Actions In Personal And Professional Relationships

As a leader, people are watching you. They’re looking to see how you will respond to difficult circumstances, challenging people, and even success. People want to know how you will respond to what you’re experiencing. 

Beyond that, people are also listening. They’re listening to hear what you say, how you say it, and in what tone you say what you say. 

Being a leader is difficult because you’re always under a microscope. 

You have to step into leadership knowing this. When you do, you’re prepared to understand how your actions influence personal and professional relationships.

I always think of the youth students my wife and I have mentored. We’ve been in youth ministry for over 20 years. That’s an insane amount of time, but we love the students and know we’re making a difference.

3 Keys For Transformational Leadership

People are looking to you. They’re looking for answers. They’re looking for guidance. They’re looking for hope.

All of these things can be found in a great leader. But your tribe is also looking for something else. They’re looking for transformation.

And you’ve got to have to be skill in transformational leadership. Are you? If not, read on dear reader.

What Is Transformational Leadership?

There’s the million dollar question folks. Luckily, the answer is pretty simple.

To be a transformational leader, you’ve got to be a leader who is able to illicit change in others. You’ve got to be able to shift people’s thinking. You’ve got to effect change in the lives of others.

The answer is simple. The application is hard.