Good leadership is never about force. However, leading without direction is frustrating and results in aimless wandering.
Imagine a conductor leading a symphony. He never forces his lead on the orchestra but leads with care and respect.
And the orchestra trusts his lead. They trust his ability to direct them because the conductor sets the direction and has a strong vision for how the music should sound and feel.
This is the kind of lead you need to develop with your teams, your company, your relationships, and your family.
Imagine if the orchestra lacked confidence in the conductor… the result would be mayhem. The musicians would engage in conflict and stop participating int he group. Nobody wants leadership that is uncertain and weak. As a leader, your decisions should be like the wave of a conductor’s hand – clear, swift, and decisive.
Provide Direction To The People You Lead
The first step to providing direction is to have a strong vision.
Your ability and capacity to visualize what you want and be unwavering in your commitment and desire to get it is what makes you a great leader.
Everyone loves leaders who can orchestrate, plan and then execute their plans. This is true whether you are a stockbroker, a CEO, or a parent.
Also, if your vision is simply to get through this month, you are not setting a standard for the people who follow you.
Do you know where you are headed in life?
Sheevaun Moran is a business advisor, master coach, quantum energy thought leader and the founder of Energetic Solutions. She uses business principles with energetic techniques to help more than 25,000 entrepreneurs, CEOs and leaders bring instant focus and shifts to clarity, purpose, and profits.
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