Why Should I Grow As A Leader?

Leadership ability is the lid that determines a person’s level of effectiveness.

Your leadership ability — for better or for worse — always determines your effectiveness and the potential impact of your organization.

The higher you want to climb, the more you need leadership. The greater the impact you want to make, the greater your influence needs to be.

Leadership has a multiplying effect.

To change the direction of the organization, change the leader.

To reach the highest level of effectiveness, you need to raise the lid of leadership ability.

How Can I Grow As A Leader?

Leadership develops daily, not in a day.

What matters most is what you do day by day over the long haul.

“The secret of our success is found in our daily agenda.”

Leadership is complicated. It has many facets: respect, experience, emotional strength, people skills, discipline, vision, momentum, timing — the list goes on.

Leadership is influence.

The Four Phases of Leadership Growth:

  • Phase 1: I don’t know what I don’t know
  • Phase 2: I know what I don’t know
  • Phase 3: I grow and know and it starts to show
  • Phase 4: I simply go because of what I know

To be conscious that you are ignorant of the facts is a great step to knowledge.”
-Benjamin Disraeli

Successful leaders are learners. And the learning process is ongoing, a result of self-discipline and perseverance.

Whenever you come across a golden nugget of truth or a significant quote, file it away for the future.

There is an old saying: Champions don’t become champions in the ring — they are merely recognized there.

If you want to see where someone develops into a champion, look at his daily routine.

Boxing is a good analogy for leadership because it is all about daily preparation.

Leadership doesn’t develop in a day. It takes a lifetime.


Sebastian Straciug
Sebastian Straciug

My goal is to inspire and help people around me to become true leaders, to reach their full potential, their objectives and to get to the next level. I am very lucky to do what I love and that is helping people to develop themselves and to develop other people.

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