Learn how to be appropriate, authentic, and consistent at every level of the organization. Learn how to navigate complex relationships.
- The concept of leading yourself might sound like…it throws a giant wrench into org chart,…but it doesn't have to.…You can lead yourself and still respect…your organizational hierarchy.…It doesn't mean you're not allowed to talk about it…or offer suggestions.…You just need to know how to manage the conversations…with your superiors, your peers, and subordinates.…Here are a couple of tips.…You know when you're talking to a superior…don't make it all about yourself.…
Starting to lead yourself can be really exciting.…You might feel the urge to go over every detail…and every strategy with your boss or some other top leader.…Don't do that.…You'll be much more successful if you can drop in…the specific habits that have been helpful to you.…Let's say for example, you've found that keeping a list…of all your accomplishments…has been helpful for your morale.…Tell them that.…If you're with a senior leader say something like,…you know, I keep a list of all my wins,…it helps me stay motivated.…
Then switch it, and ask the leader…
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- Managing your mindset
- Assessing your leadership needs
- Motivating yourself
- Leading yourself in tough times
- Managing your behavior
- Setting goals
- Giving yourself an honest performance review
- Managing your boss
- Peer to peer leadership