There are several ways one can increase their capacity in leadership. The first step in becoming a better leader is to do a better job of time management with oneself. Next interpersonal skills are key to leadership development. The ability to successfully execute your processes often depends on how you interact with your reports. It helps to reconsider your decision styles to tailor it to the situation. Developing a good ability to delegate responsibility is key in being able to manage a large group of people. It is important not to forget the ethical concerns that come with leadership as they can have long lasting impact.
- It may not be as popular as weight loss and revenue increasing, but developing better interpersonal skills is a worthy resolution as well.
- Consider reading some relevant articles and books that deal specifically with self-management and leadership skills.
- One highly important skill to consider developing is the ability to move past micro-management to become better at delegating.
“Being a good decision maker means being thorough and unbiased, especially for decisions important to both performance and people.”