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Let go of old leadership assumptions

To grow into a leader who can lead other leaders, you have to get rid of some old leadership assumptions. Kicking these assumptions may be tough, but the rewards are worth it. In this article, I’ll explore some of the key changes that are important for you to make.


No one thinks they are a micromanager

It’s a common misconception that micromanaging is just being a mean boss. You can easily assume, ‘I’m a nice person, so I can’t be a micromanager.’ It’s not always easy to see that you are micromanaging. That won’t stop this micromanaging habit from having a huge impact on your ability to lead other leaders.


The impact of leadership coaching

Getting a coach is becoming a big thing. Leadership coaching, as a service, has been around for a while now. Early on there were predictions that it was just a fad that would fade away. Certainly, the expertise, qualifications and accountability of leadership coaches has been enhanced. Far from a passing fad, leadership coaching is


Defining a leader of leaders

With many existing leadership programs focused on new leaders or senior executives, Being Leaders offers a unique and impactful program to develop your people who are moving into leader-of-leader roles.


Let your leaders out to play

Your leaders must have space to play to be able to lead. We can call this space a sandbox. A sandbox is a space where people can work without being monitored or given specific directions on what they should be doing. It’s all about the freedom and support you give them so that they can

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