Get Out Of The Way

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Image by Steven Lewis, Unsplash.com

So you want to be an effective leader, huh? Separating your own personal desires and preferences from the goals of the enterprise can sometimes be tough, but the only way to truly be an adequate leader is to quash your presuppositions.

If you have been paying attention to our blog, then you have already adopted the Enterprise Commitment as your daily mantra: When working in a team or group environment, I will place the interests of the enterprise ahead of my own.

By using your knowledge, experience and judgement to make decisions (especially hard decisions) you will help your group come closer to achieving their common goal--but only if you learn to lead in an unbiased manner.  Think you are ready to lead without personal preference? Download the first chapter of Do Lead for free today.


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20 Most Powerful Words in Leadership

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Image by Alex Talmon, Unsplash.com

Are you serious about re-wiring your mindset so that you can become an even better leader? Then, you are going to have to adopt the Enterprise Commitment as your daily mantra: "When working in a team or group environment, I will place the interests of the enterprise ahead of my own."

The above Enterprise Commitment is applicable in any situation, formal or informal, when you aim to help a group of two or more people achieve their common goals.

The Enterprise Commitment serves as a reminder that your natural leadership style doesn't always translate to strengths in leadership. In order to transcend your natural leadership style, you are going to have to adopt the mindset of a Synergist leader

Download the first chapter of Do Lead today and start your journey towards becoming a Synergistic Leader. 


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