Here’s where I am today and where I aspire to be in the future. This is how I live, practice and develop my leadership. Every day.
When we talk about leadership, we declare that leadership cannot be taught, learned or imitated; it has to be developed - developed intentionally. We encourage leaders to write their Leadership Agenda, a short (hopefully, one-page) statement of your style of leadership.
We are often asked whether your Leadership Agenda should be about who you are or who you would like to be. We advise leaders to create in their Leadership Agenda a delicate balance of reality and aspirations - enough reality for it to be credible to others, and enough aspiration for it to be inspirational to yourself.
Writing a Leadership Agenda makes you intentional. Delivering your Leadership Agenda makes you authentic.