You can't sit back and assume your company will simply take care of developing you as a leader. The best leaders develop themselves. Here's how to create your own personalized curriculum.
- We all know the world of work is changing fast.…Automation, globalization, artificial intelligence,…virtual reality, you name it.…With so much coming at us,…it's pretty 20th century to sit back…and expect your employer to take care…of your leadership development.…Becoming a leader isn't, and shouldn't be,…something that is passively done to you.…Real leaders go out and seek knowledge themselves,…and mold themselves into the kind of person they want to be.…Here's how to create your own…leadership development program.…
First, you need to identify which skills…you want to learn.…That might relate to trends in your industry,…like becoming more familiar with the Asian market,…if that's going to be growing in the coming years.…It might be a particular technical skill,…like learning how to operate a software program.…Or it might be a so-called soft skill…that you know you need to improve as a leader,…such as getting better at delegation…or providing feedback to your direct reports.…Once you have that list,…think carefully about what's the best…
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