The first step in becoming a great leader is to understand who you are.
Unfortunately, most leaders don’t realize that this first step, knowing yourself, should never end.
Why? Because as you grow and develop as a human being and as a leader, aspects of you will inevitably change—as is the nature of growth and development.
As a result, the knowledge of who you are can become outdated quickly.
It may be surprising to find out that even the building blocks of your physical being change quite frequently. Find out more here:
When was the last time you took some time for self-discovery?
As a leader, remember to make time periodically to rediscover yourself and figure out how you’ve changed and grown.
It’s a great way to measure your development progress, to better understand who you are, and to determine how you can best serve your direct reports.
3 thoughts on “The Dynamic Leader: Do You Still Know Yourself?”
Thanks for the reminder hart, that we all are special and that we all have something dynamic to give. I love the work in the New Testament that talks about power. The original Greek work dynamis is translated as power. But the original is the root from which we get dynamo, dynamic, dynamite. And the authors of these New Testament books tell us we all have that power, that dynamo, that ability to be dynamic. We won’t look like the next guy in the way that is expressed, but we have it just by being ourselves. Thanks again.
Made a type I need to correct. The correct spelling is dunamis. Thanks.
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