Join Britt Andreatta for an in-depth discussion in this video Finding your leadership level, part of Leadership Foundations.
Think about the organization you're in right now.…As you're aware, the leadership and the responsibilities of the president are very…different from the leadership of a front-line staff member.…Large organizations often have five levels of leadership, each requiring a different…balance of the four clusters of skills. Smaller organizations might have a blend…of these levels. As we go through these levels, I want you…to do two things. First, think about where you are now.…Which of these levels describes your current role?…And second, which level describes where you aspire to be?…By doing this, you can identify your leadership development plan.…
At Level 1, you're an individual contributor who focuses on…self-leadership. You're responsible for producing the work…for which you were hired and getting along with others.…As an example, let's follow Serena's career at KinetEco.…She began as an entry level employee at one of the national retail stores.…As an individual contributor, Serena's focus was inward.…She developed her reputation for getting things done, being a good team member, and…
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- 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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