How often do you consider the legacy you are leaving–not just at the end of your career, but at the end of each day? How would you like others to describe you over the dinner table? Global research has proven when someone’s emotional intelligence is higher, they are more effective whether they are leaders, salespeople, customer service agents, parents or any combination of these roles.
Leaders worth following are described as:
- fearless when taking on challenges.
- inspiring and confident.
- calm and rational in the midst of chaos and change.
- showing genuine respect for others, especially as it relates to their personal decisions of balancing career and work.
- able to deal with hard issues with dignity and professionalism.
One person described her leader as having brought “a gust of motivation, inspiration and renewed energy while driving tremendous change in a very short timeframe.” Wouldn’t you like to be described like that?
When you are a leader worth following, you can impact the metrics of retention, attraction, shareholder return, profitability, employee satisfaction and engagement, and customer satisfaction. This keynote presentation is packed full of science- and brain-based strategies to help you be that leader worth following.