All too often, promising employees fail to step up when leadership opportunities arise. What is it that holds so many people back? The authors describe new research that sheds light on three of the most common perceived risks that are associated with leadership: the risk to your interpersonal relationships, the risk to your image, and the risk of being blamed for failure. They go on to suggest several tactical strategies for managers looking to nurture leadership at all levels, including going the extra mile to identify and support your most risk-sensitive employees, proactively addressing interpersonal disagreements before they escalate into uncomfortable conflicts, and finding low-stakes opportunities for people to try out leadership. Ultimately, empowering people to lead starts with acknowledging — and mitigating — the reasons they may be hesitant to step up.
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These bad habits can have a lasting effect on your daily productivity and efficiency. Everyone talks about the morning routines of successful entrepreneurs and how every working professional should adopt the same habits to start their day well and increase their overall productivity and efficiency. But what about the things people should definitely not do in the …
A summary of the positive impact produced in 2017 by JCI Chapters around the world
A summary of the positive impact produced in 2018 by JCI Chapters around the world