The thing about real success is that it’s not a faucet you can turn on and off at will, and it doesn’t fit neatly into separate categories of work and play. Successful people are working on their goals every day of the week.
The social and working worlds of today have changed greatly over decades. Millennials are changing the way the work place is ran and more people are stepping out of their comfort zones to become effective leaders. But what exactly is a leader?
There are many ways to be an exceptional leader, and many ways to be a poor one, too. In my professional experience, however, one leadership mistake has stood out year after year as the easiest way to sabotage your team and counteract even the most sincere effort to lead with grace, confidence, and vision. What makes this pitfall so insidious is that even managers who are excellent leaders in other areas can make this mistake without even realizing it.
Leadership does not need to be a mysterious process, nor does its successful practice have to rely on charisma. Integrating the following habits into your leadership style will help you become the best leader you can be.
Healthcare professionals today face an industry in flux. Important medical technology continues to develop at breakneck speed, and healthcare reform drives rapid change throughout the industry. Healthcare leaders are up against greater challenges than ever before as traditional models of care are reshaped. Effective leaders need to find ways not only to handle times of uncertainly but to thrive in the face of change.