Leadership Made Simple – The Only 3 Skills Organizational Leaders Need

I guess its not surprising that the first day back in the office from a workshop on “common sense” consulting, I’m writing a blog post on simplifying leadership.

Search Google for the keyword “leadership” and you will get 513 million results in .15 seconds.

That’s a lot of leadership advice. Somewhere in those 513 million Google search responses are some articles from my Leadership & Workplace Communication blog. And, today I want to synergize everything I know about leadership down to balancing these 3 simple skills:

  • Ability to learn from the past and apply those learnings to future actions and behaviors.
  • Focusing on what can be controlled in the present and take action only on those.
  • Creating an inspiring vision for the future and communicate it in a way to engage others.

For now, that’s all you need to know.

If you have something that does not or cannot fit within those three, leave a note and let’s discuss.

’til next time…make it a great week!

skip weisman, transforming leadership and workplace communication to deliver champion level results

3 thoughts on “Leadership Made Simple – The Only 3 Skills Organizational Leaders Need

  1. Skip Weisman, Workplace Communication Expert says:

    Thanks for stopping by and being inspired to leave a comment.

    From what I’ve experienced an awful lot of people are significantly challenged with #2 also.

  2. Skip Weisman, Workplace Communication Expert says:

    That’s why I’m in business! Executive leadership coaching can help guide the organizational leader on the path to implement these strategies consistently and effectively.
    If you’d like to explore ways you could do the same go to http://www.ChampionshipBusinessLeadership.com to schedule a Strategy Sessison!

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