Ownership. We not only get to own our successes, but true leaders also own their missteps.
It's a simple concept, but it's also one that seems to be on the decline for some in leadership. The best way you can excel as a leader in Mindful Performance is to take an honest look at any poor choices you have made and boldly, courageously own them - publicly. Have awareness of the impact of your actions, identify what went wrong, and declare what you are going to do to make it right . Let your team know that you are not perfect and you don't expect them to be. They will appreciate your humility, resonate with your humanity, and work harder for you than ever before. It is rare to see team members truly respect their leaders who don't have the backbone to own their mistakes but expect their team to do so.
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Theresa Rose is a business motivational speaker, corporate comedian, and expert on mindful performance who helps organizations and their teams increase sales and revenue, develop stronger leaders, create better connections, and build healthier cultures. For more information, visit TheresaRose.com.