Do You Barely Exist As A Leader?

Truly, if we can crucify our pride enough to remain nameless and faceless, great things can be done for Jesus in advancing His kingdom, growing organizations, and equipping and empowering people. Be invisible!

Blanchard LeaderChat

“A leader is best when people barely know he exists, when his work is done, his aim fulfilled, they will say: we did it ourselves.” —Lao Tzu

Done well, performance management is a partnership where managers and direct reports work together to set goals, work through challenges, and celebrate accomplishments.  A leader provides increased direction when a person is new to a task, extra support when they are learning, and gradual autonomy as they become skilled and experienced.

SLII Partnering for SuccessA short 3-minute video just released by The Ken Blanchard Companies shares that this idea is much easier in theory than it is in practice. Drawing on the Blanchard Companies’ experience of working with hundreds of thousands of leaders over a 30-year period, the video identifies that 54 percent of leaders use onlyone stylewith all members of their team—regardless of an individual’s demonstrated competence and commitment on a task.

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Author: chrisaomministries

Chris Walsh is a missionary, the President of AOMMinistries. This blog now reaches over 100,000 people each day! Chris is the author of three books: Parable of the Sower, Worship - Not Just a Song, and now 'Welcome to the Grand Illusion, a prophetic prayer strategy to take America back!' The Walsh family has completed over 20 missions trips since April 2014, and is committed to bringing the Word of God to the nations, by every available media.

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