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The Stable Base of Leadership
Leading at your greatest effectiveness begins with knowing yourself. Truthfully, unless you’re intentional to learn more about your personality, your temperament, your strengths, and your weaknesses, those you lead will know much more about you than you do about yourself!
In his book Leadership and the Art of the Struggle, Steven Snyder describes leadership as “a struggle by flawed human beings to make some important human values real and effective in the world as it is.” Spending time to know yourself isn’t about wallowing in your weakness. Ever leader is flawed in some way, to know yourself is a way of acknowledging and addressing opportunities to grow. When leaders get better, everyone gets better! But this starts with a proven path forward of assessment, awareness, and analysis.
Think of this as a three-legged stool.This three-legged stool of assessment, awareness, and analysis creates a stable base where you can meaningfully consider the kind of leader you want to become.
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What It’s Like For Others When You Know Yourself
Have you thought about what it’s like for those who serve around you?
When You know yourself well, others experience:
- More humility
- Less striving
- Greater alignment
- Reduced anxiety
- Appropriate vulnerability
- Increased trust
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