The bell curve is only as flat or as sharp as your game. How well do you care?
As a leader, do you find yourself chafing at people’s inability to change in their own interest? Rookie leaders confuse attitude and behaviors. Wise leaders know that while attitudes do not change, or take longer to change, behaviors can be molded. They drive outcomes by isolating attitudes and working out specific, step-by-step changes in behavioral patterns.
The quality of your conversation with colleagues matters. Have you inadvertently persuaded yourself to view life as a zero-sum game? Don’t be surprised then to find yourself winning battles and losing the war. Great Generals know the value of building alliances. To best way to vanquish an adversary is never to give him the chance to be one. Make him a ally instead.
Great leaders know that teams are propelled by people power. An inventory of skills in the team is a starting point for career as leader. A skills inventory is a basis for decisions upon deployment and development plans. Want to build a skills inventory? It is easy as K-S-A!