How Self-Awareness Translates to Better Leadership
Can more self-awareness make you a better leader? You will improve your ability to bring the best out in yourself and in others if you strive to:
Grow at Every Opportunity.
Give yourself time and room to improve. View mistakes as learning opportunities. You don’t want to make the same mistake twice; each misstep, miscalculation, or flub is a chance to grow and make wiser decisions. Pursue the talents where you thrive and find success. Build and believe in your team; a good leader knows where their own strengths lie and where they would benefit from leveraging the strengths and expertise of their team.
Mindfulness can generally be defined as maintaining an awareness of your mental and physical state. This practice can be a highly beneficial tool for anyone who is trying to be more productive and present during their day. Habits supporting mindfulness like meditation, goal setting and reflection, and regular exercise can help you better identify your professional objectives, as well as live your day with greater focus and intent. Don’t leave mindfulness up to chance! Schedule mindful habits into your schedule. Set time to reflect on your goals each month. Similarly, take care of your body with an active lifestyle and a healthy diet. Even small attempts at mindfulness will help you function more clearly and make wiser decisions that align with your personal vision and values.
Be open to feedback. Solicit advice wherever appropriate. Get suggestions from your teammates. The best advice often comes from our mentors. Your mentor is likely full of useful, experience-based wisdom. They also likely know you and your professional path well, making them extra valuable sources of information. You will become a better leader and lifelong learner if you start seeking the advice of your mentors today!
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