Keith Bennett, Founder
What I have learned
Absolute 1 – You must have a healthy realistic understanding of yourself, your skills, and your abilities.
Absolute 2 – Effective leadership requires life-long learning and deliberate practice of your knowledge, your skills, and your abilities.
Absolute 3 – As soon as you add people to anything, things become complicated.
Absolute 4 – We are under the impression that we have to make a concept, model or theory as difficult as possible for it to be worthwhile. We don’t.
Leaderflip is looking at everything differently
I will focus mainly on time-tested and evidence-based practices, and present ways to integrate these ideas into your daily leadership work. The types of behaviors we look for in personal development are specific, observable, and repeatable (not the ones you were sent to your room for because you misbehaved).
I do suggest that you keep a journal. This is a great way to track your progress, identify crucial moments that interfere with your development in other words self-awareness, and spark new ideas.
The worst thing you can do as a leader is to assume you know everything. Don’t assume your perspective is the same as anyone else’s. If you want to know what your people want, think, or need, ask them.
I will assist with the how. Just ask them.