I recently had the pleasure of facilitating a Myth of Employee Burnout development session with a group of young leaders. Because burnout is not something that is fixed overnight, I asked the participants what they were committed to doing after the session. To take it a step further, I offered to follow up with them on a date of their choosing to see how things were going.
When I got home and read through their responses, two things were very evident.
- These folks are highly committed to taking their leadership skills to the next level.
- As leaders of leaders, this list gives us a wonderful bit of insight into how we can help develop the leaders that report to us.
Transitioning into a leadership role is hard enough, then when you realize that you are now responsible for developing other leaders, it can be very daunting.
Here is the list…
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