How To Achieve High Performance Leadership

achieve high performance leadershipIntelligence is often associated with leadership. Many people think that if you are intelligent then you are a good leader. While intelligence is one factor of leadership, the ability and skill of a person acquired through learning best defines his leadership. A leader is not only intelligent but also authoritative, fiercely principled, a good listener, selfless, charming, etc.

High-performance leaders are naturally gifted people at the same time honed by education and their experiences. To achieve high performance leadership, persistent learning is required. If you choose to do this on your own, this endeavour can take a long time. Having someone to encourage and mentor you is better. Acknowledge that there are other people who can provide you better perspective and contribute so you would avoid detours and costly mistakes.

collaborative enquiryA leadership that is effective builds a flawless teamwork and creates maximum productivity. If you want the best definition of a leader, learn from people who had embarked their journey towards this goal. Move away from the limitations of traditional model focusing on you alone. Learn collaborative process and you will achieve high performance leadership.

One efficient way of training leaders is Collaborative Enquiry. This system was developed by Stephen Hanman and Ian George. It aims to assist those who want to become effective leaders and influence others to do the same. A book has been written to provide substance to this collaborative practice.


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