#Leadership #Tip of the Day – #Talent Development

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Develop future leaders with today’s leadership development tip!
Pay attention to the impact you have on your direct reports – a leader’s attention, respect, and recognition is paramount to their continuous development. Spend the time you need to develop, train, and empower your direct reports to take ownership of their roles and responsibilities. The rest will follow.
Leadership Quote of the Day:

“The most dangerous leadership myth is that leaders are born — that there is a genetic factor to leadership. This myth asserts that people simply either have certain charismatic qualities or not. That’s nonsense; in fact, the opposite is true. Leaders are made rather than born.”  Warren G. Bennis


If You’re Not Helping People Develop, You’re Not Management Material – by Monique Valcour – Harvard Business Review


Developing the Leaders Around You: How to Help Others Reach Their Full Potential – John C. Maxwell


From the Book: Why do some people achieve great personal success, yet never succeed in building a business or making an impact in their organization? John C. Maxwell knows the answer. “The greatest leadership principle that I have ever learned in over twenty-five years of leadership,” says Maxwell, “is that those closest to the leader will determine the success level of that leader.” It’s not enough for a leader to have vision, energy, drive, and conviction. If you want to see your dream come to fruition, you must learn how to develop the leaders around you. Whether you’re the leader of a non-profit organization, small business, or Fortune 500 company, Developing the Leaders Around You can help you to take others to the limits of their potential and your organization to a whole new level.


Developing the Leaders Around You – John C. Maxwell


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