Every leader has their own productive strengths, internal capacities, and external opportunities. That’s part of what makes each of us unique. And within that, there is great freedom and importance to be yourself.
With that said, however, there are three broad categories all leaders are measured in by those who follow them.
Before we dig into those three areas of responsibility, I’d like to acknowledge an important fact.
All leaders are evaluated.
Even those who resist it.
(Evaluation is not the same as judgement. Evaluation is based on strengths with a bias of support and for improvement. Judgement is based on weakness with a bias for criticism or even condemnation.)
You may or may not have a formal annual review by a supervisor or a board of directors, but you are evaluated by those you follow you.Read More