Personal Growth Initiative: Part 3
It becomes more and more evident that to stay the course – to become a sustainable healthy leader - personal and professional growth need to pursued. Both are needed to compound the consistent delivery of excellence during times of unprecedented change and perhaps, chaos.
The WHO: understanding the value of a reference group
The WHAT: test the choices of your resources
Jane Mandalios, published a tool that can help you. It is called RADAR
R: reason for writing.
This week consider how you, as a leader, use resources to advance your growth.
We all know that when we are growing, we are healthier.
Everyone wins with a healthy leader.
Connect with Nina Ellison at https://www.healthyleadership.online/
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