This new series provides you with tips, insights and reminders to help you lead and manage your team through a crisis and beyond. Featuring a variety of NAB Leadership Foundation program faculty and experts, these quick two to four-minute clips cover topics including financial fundamentals, the power of listening versus hearing and so much more.
Every week, the NAB Leadership Foundation will launch a new episode for you and your team to use as a leadership refresher or to spark conversation. We hope this series provides you with a way to connect as we continue to manage and support our businesses together.
Last week, we explored how leadership stems from personal experience, emotions and learned how to manage ourselves. In this second episode, Pamela Green builds from those foundational leadership elements to expand your leadership approach by leading others. Just because you are in a leadership position or have others following you does not make you the leader.
Learn the signs that show you are effectively leading and managing your team and organization while also leading your business to success. What do others say about you as a leader? Are you someone people know, like and trust? Explore how you can strengthen your leadership approach and become the leader that leads others.
We are in a time where things seem chaotic, disconnected and unclear. As a leader, it is your responsibility to have answers, think ahead and delegate to build trust, connect others and define next steps. Explore the power of delegation and how to empower others are you navigate how to best lead yourself and others during these transformational times.
Want to learn more about this effective leadership model?
Explore these additional resources from Pamela Green to gain more insight.
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