|Posted on February 18, 2019 at 12:40 AM|
In Krapfl & Kruja, 2015, the authors discuss the Leadership Behavior Menu. They purport the behaviors that leaders need to engage in include: Value Proposition, Ethical Values, Execution Skills, Innovation and Creativity, Communication Skills, Enabling Skills, Team Building Skills, Confronting Adversity, Tenacity and Culture-Building Skills.
The article discusses how your organization's value proposition is aligned with your competitors'. For Toyota, they are the "most reliable." For Apple, they have the "best design." Costco has the "best value." Does your company have a value proposition that sets you apart in your market? Does your business have long-term viability?
Enabling skills allow opportunities for subordinates to grow. Leaders know how to delegate while offering support and guidance. Creating a culture that leaders support with integrity is proven by actions. Actions speak louder than words. Do your execution and communication skills enhance the culture in your organization?
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