Leaders Produce more than they consume
The second vital quality a leader must develop is a productive, results-oriented attitude. While it may be true that people who feel good about themselves produce good results, it is most certainly true that people who produce good results feel good about themselves.
Everybody needs to be geared into results. How will you know when a goal is achieved? How will you measure that achievement? Goals don’t make sense unless they can be measured or are a means by which other people can tell whether or not you are doing a great job.
Business owners, managers and sales executives should ask questions focusing on key results. The secret of a leader’s effectiveness is isolating one or two tasks, key results areas, that they can do that no one else can. These specialties, if done well, will make an extraordinary difference to a leader’s, and in turn, an organisation’s success.
Ask yourself “What can I do that no one else can do?” Once you have the answer, plan on doing those things and delegate everything else to some one else.
Have an outrageously productive week. You can do it!
The People Builder