Leadership is important to your company because it causes managers to make an emotional commitment to their jobs, not just a financial or intellectual commitment. When your job becomes a source of personal value fulfillment for you, you’re going to protect that source by making your company successful. But that’s not why you should be a leader. As a manager your most important responsibility is to your company. As a leader your most important responsibility is to yourself. This is the single most supportive corporate action you can take. That’s why people become leaders, to fulfill their personal values. After all it’s not easy being a leader!
Learning Path & Details
Suggested Industry Usage
- Developing Core Leadership Skills
- Developing High-Performing Work Habits
Training Files (34)
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The question isn’t why be a leader, it’s why not? Most managers understand why it’s important to be a leader… and you understand why you should be a leader… then why aren’t you doing all the things that leaders do?
Leadership is counter-intuitive to the job of management, so most managers never get supported for doing the job of leadership. And leadership is counter intuitive to the job of being managed, so most managers never get a good role models of leadership. And leadership is counter-intuitive to what most managers are taught about leadership, which is typically that it’s a burden. It’s one more thing you have to do in your already hectic day. Leadership isn’t a burden; it’s a benefit. In fact, it’s a series of profound personal benefits that you can only get by doing the things that leaders do.