5 Biggest Challenges for Leaders (the 5th will surprise you!)

The 5 Biggest Challenges for Leaders Today are:

1. Communicating the vision

2. Doing more with less

3. Achieving Work/Life balance

4. Resolving team conflict

5. Willingness to understand myself, my beliefs and values and
knowing how to elicit that information from my team so they, too,
can be inspired by the organization’s purpose to achieve our
collective goals.

The first four are “standard” … you’ve seen them before … no
surprises, right?  The last one, #5 or Inter-personal and
Intra-personal (or Emotional) Intelligence is one of the most significant competencies
in a successful leader or manager and is key to becoming a sustainable
leader, one who is built to last, harnesses the potential of themselves and others and with that drives positive change.

Where can leaders and leaders-to-be get stronger in this area?
(Hint:  You won’t find it in any MBA curriculum).  Let an
experienced professional assist you to get the psychological edge
in your career.

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About the Author Christina

Christina Haxton is the Chief Potential Officer & Founder of The Center for Sustainable Strategies, a business strategy & executive advisory company, assisting technology and life science entrepreneurs, business owners & CEOs to build a strong, purpose-driven company, achieve sustainable growth & avoid burnout. Contact Christina at (970) 387-8935 or christina@sustainable-leaders.com to inquire about speaking, training, coaching and consulting solutions for yourself or your company.

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eventuscoaching says August 28, 2010

Some nice points Christina! and Leaders really do need to to understand that your 5th point is critical to their success!

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