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How are you balancing your need for self-care with the demands of providing stable, confident leadership through this time of upheaval?

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Tip: Always have a revenue stream you manage as a single person (no other people required) which produces 3X your monthly living expenses.

What you're asking relates to niche/business.

For example, for a cafe manager this question makes no sense, because during a Pandemic (I'm guessing this is what you're talking about) a cafe manager is at home.

A project manager working managing people working from home, will have learned how to accomplish this from years of experience, custom crafting how they do this to the exact team member personalities being managed.

In general, far better to hire people which require little or no leadership/management. People who simple do their work with no oversight, producing stellar work product.

If a team consists of this type of people, they lead themselves... for the most part...


Answered a year ago

Use as many online services as possible to maintain the quality of your business or case. Keep in touch with your community and customers, show concern and interest about them, and then your leadership position will be maintained, and possibly even strengthened.


Answered a year ago

I think a big part (perhaps the biggest part) is adjusting to the new normal. When you recognize that things have changed, you are better able to adapt to what comes next. I talked about this on my podcast here in June: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KMWCwJvVwG4 and here in October: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7AMT1FeURFk


Answered 8 months ago

I believe that in this time of upheaval balancing is extremely essential. There are three essential qualities that helped me as a leader:
1. The Desire to Lead-Without the desire to lead, you will not be willing to do the work that it takes to become the leader of the team.
2. Commitment to the Mission and Vision of the Organization: The first leaders of any organization were those that first created it.
3. Integrity: Integrity can be defined simply as being true to your word, being authentic in your actions and speech, and demonstrating the kind of behaviour that you would like to see your employees have.
Besides if you do have any questions give me a call: https://clarity.fm/joy-brotonath


Answered 7 months ago

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