How to improve leadership: the 3 practical tips to do it
Do you know a way to improve leadership and increase it exponentially?
Today I link to the Law of the Lid, which I mentioned in one earlier.
This law states that the effectiveness of your leadership is undermined and limited precisely by your inability to lift your lids!
One of the worst covers you could have is the inability to empower others and help them develop, so that you become so valuable in the organization that you become indispensable.
The opposite situation, which violates the law of empowerment, is when the leader weakens his team members and creates barriers that the people in the team cannot overcome.
If you fail to empower others, then you are becoming a lid for your team or organization and will fail to improve leadership.
If you don’t remove the lid, people will either give up and become passive, or else they will go elsewhere, where they can increase their potential.
Why do some leaders violate the Law of Empowerment?
Here is a list of possible reasons:
- d desire for safety at work
- a weak leader fears that by helping his subordinates, he will become replaceable;
- r existence to change
- change is the price of progress and many leaders as they age do not accept it so willingly;
- lost the value of s is
many people acquire their personal worth and self-esteem from their job or position; if either of them is threatened, their self-esteem is consequently also threatened.
If you are a confident leader, you don’t care about your position or what others think to feel valued, but you strongly believe in yourself, in your mission and in your people.