As you move up the five levels of leadership, three key things shift, scope,…stakes, and proportion of management and leadership.…First, the scope of the view changes. Individual contributors have the narrowest…scope, focusing mainly on their specific tasks, and others with whom they interact.…Whereas the leader of the organization has the broadest scope.…Not only looking across the whole organization but outside to the industry,…market, and other influencing factors such as the economy and global affairs.…I don't know about you but every time I've gotten promoted, I've become privy to…whole new level of knowledge about the complexity of the organization.…
And while I may have been previously confused or even critical of decisions,…when I moved up I had a new perspective. And I found myself saying, oh, now I get…it. This whole moment is the shift in scope…and it's what Transparency is all about. The more you can share the view from your…level, the more you can harness the contributions of those below you in the…
- What is leadership, and when are you leading?
- Mapping your leadership competencies
- Dealing with changing scope and stakes
- Motivating and engaging others
- Increasing team performance
- Developing political acumen
- Creating a culture of trust and integrity
- Developing resilience<br><br>
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