Great Leaders Are Confident, Connected, Committed, and Courageous
No matter your age, your role, your position, your title, your profession, or your status, Peter Bregman argues that to get your most important work done, you have to have hard conversations, create accountability, and inspire action.
He identifies four essential elements that all great leaders rely on to rally people to accomplish what’s important to them. Confidence in themselves, connection to others, commitment to purpose, and emotional courage.
“..extremely uncomfortable… — that’s almost always the feeling you’ll have when you do anything that requires emotional courage. But using emotional courage builds your emotional courage.” says Bregman.
Read the online article here.
via Harvard Business Review, 13 July 2018