Leadership To The Max website has been updated a little, and leadership will continue to be the focus. I hope you find the changes to be helpful.
The Eagle has been the header for all my posts, but in order to broaden the leader focus I’m including a lighthouse and a tree.
Why? The Eagle is used to stress that leaders are not readily found, nor do they hang out together.
The lighthouse represents other characteristics of leaders. Characteristics such as strength, vigilance, the rock in a storm, and the “light” to lead the way.
The tree represents the ability to grow and prosper even in hard times. The tree, starting as a seed, weathering storms, and drought, yet stands there magnificently as an example of survival and success even in difficult conditions.
Many of us have overcome and succeeded even with trying circumstances. Succeeding as a leader, recognized as such by others, is an arduous task, but gaining that recognition is gratifying.
So with this introduction I will begin the pursuit of a new, refreshed look at leadership. The idea is to add to what has been discussed in an informative way with common communication we all can relate to.
Am I expecting to much of what a leader is? Maybe, but more importantly, do their employees expect it?