The Law of the Lid, the first lesson of John C. Maxwell’s “The 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership”, teaches that the capability of an organization’s leadership is a lid on the organization’s overall performance.
Incremental effectiveness in an organization’s leadership quality can generate exponential returns, and vice versa – poor leadership can crush productivity.
If you have experience in business leadership, I’m sure you’ve seen first-hand the effect of leadership ability on organizational performance. Which explains why leadership development is the number one priority for many companies, and more is invested on leadership development than any other training category.
Developing leaders is a complex task, and those charged with developing leaders in today’s volatile, uncertain and complex world face numerous challenges. Over the past two decades, I have personally taken good managers and coached them to great leaders. The fundamental principles of leadership is framed around their ability to assemble their team, set them on a path and allow them to grow and find their way with consistent coaching and mentoring along the way.
Conversations happen each day with managers, leaders communicate.
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