Many leaders today find that more is asked for them. Not only in quantity but more of the qualities needed to be successful.
It is clear that intelligence alone is insufficient to develop new, flexible and responsive teams and institutions that honor, develop and maintain individual and shared abilities and capabilities.
Leaders today need to rely on their greater inner potential: being creative, cooperative, decisive, courageous, visionary, motivating, and caring.
The leader is as much an expression of who we are and what we do. These four internal leadership skills will transform your leadership skills and make you a more effective leader of yourself and others.
1. The Wise Leader
Do you know the expansion of information and knowledge along with complexity and changes make it harder to make sound decisions?
Paul Nutt in his book, Why Decisions Fails, Reports: "For more than twenty years I've been learning how decisions are made – the key thing is amazing – decisions lose half of the time."
Wise Leaders make better decisions by drawing on individual and shared knowledge, experience and genius in ways that lead to insight into governance, more meaningful thinking and clear and purposeful action.
2. The Centered Leader
Will you target and calm what challenge you stand for?
Each of us has many different faces and attributes, we all contain casts of many characters that our constituents are themselves. In the middle, the essence of who we are, is the leader.
When there are many voices with a variety of pointers, opinions and ideas and the situation calls for leadership, it's only our center, our leader within, who can take control effectively and can be quiet under fire.
3. The Balanced Leader
Can you access your full potential – when you choose?
We all have the ability to creative expressions, for adventure and change, for caring and maintaining and courageous and appropriate action. Often, some of these features are developed in us, but others and we trust and use only stronger, even when circumstances are not appropriate.
Balanced leaders draw on their natural and native talents in all of these areas, balancing creative vision with the need to maintain a survey with the need for clear action.
4. The Conscious Leader
Is your time the most difficult resource – or is it your attention that the scarcity is?
It's hard to concentrate for a long time and often lose attention because you're worried about email, phone calls, and employees in "# 39; Then, your attention is scarce and not your time. Time is a fixed resource, but Your attention can be expanded.
Conscious leaders are able to keep up and keep an eye on many issues at once. They hold a clear sense of direction and do not get outsiders. They quickly learn and transport liquids when they need to.