Thanksgiving is behind us and we’re moving full steam into the holiday season. But that doesn’t mean we’re done saying thank you. In fact, this remains the perfect time to show gratitude for those who work with us, every day.
To determine what leaders expect to see from a potential leader, and to help you demonstrate that you are ready for a leadership role, we asked members of the Young Entrepreneur Council (YEC) this question: How would you advise an employee or mentee to demonstrate they’re ready for a leadership role?
Every day for the next 19 years, 10,000 baby boomers will reach retirement age. This transition means ample opportunities for new leaders to take the reins of the global economy.
Of course, many of those new leaders will be Millennials…
Do you enjoy exhibiting leadership at work, but you don’t want to be a leader?
As much as everyone likes to move forward in their career, many professionals don’t want to get into leadership roles…
Whatever steps a company makes toward increasing employee morale, whether it’s flexible scheduling, rewards programs, or office perks, can only increase overall company performance. A highly motivated and enthusiastic workforce will go above the call of duty to meet targets and will happily collaborate to work towards a common goal. A miserable and apathetic workforce will take unexplained sick days and show no willingness to co-operate.
Whether you’re an entrepreneur or you want a promotion at your current company, simply having the skills is not enough. Instead, you must show your superiors and critics your leadership attributes. You must prove that you know how to employ your skills for the good of the company.