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  in Business Management | Published 2010-05-17 21:01:50 | 342 Reads | Unrated

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What will others say about you as a leader - because of your leadership?

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Here's a leadership self-test for you: How many times has someone said to you, "I want to be a part of this organization because you're its leader" or "I'm working here because I want to work with you." Once, twice, several times, all of the time - never?

My sincere hope is that you are able to say once, twice or hopefully several times or all of the time. If you are able to say any of those, that's a strong commentary on your leadership skills. Congratulations! You've obviously had such a strong impact on at least one person that it has caused that person to w

ant to experience working with you first-hand or that person wants to repeat a prior positive experience. Either way, those few words speak volumes of your leadership style. You're a leader they want to learn from, work with, and follow. They consider you a leader.

On the other hand, if you've never had anyone tell you, "Because of you, I'm here too." What the absence of those words may be telling you is:

  • Because of your leadership, they don't want to be a part of the organization any longer
  • Because of your leadership, they feel under-appreciated, used, or ignored
  • Because of your leadership, they aren't challenged to learn, grow, and enhance their skills
  • Because of your leadership, they've lost respect for you. They don't consider you a leader.

Because of your leadership, others determine their future. Will they come to you? Will they stay with you? Will they go to get away? Or will they go because you've helped them grow?

What will others say about you as a leader - because of your leadership?

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n the words of one client, "Liz Weber will help you see opportunities you never knew existed." A sought-after consultant, speaker, and seminar/workshop presenter, Liz is known for her candor, insights, and her ability to make the complex "easy." She creates clarity for her audiences during her results-oriented presentations and training sessions. Participants walk away from her sessions knowing how to implement the ideas she's shared not just once, but over and over to ensure continuous improvement and management growth and development. Known as The Dragon Lady of Leadership Accountabilityâ„¢, Liz has been there, done it, and learned from it. Whether speaking to corporate executives or government agency personnel, Liz's comments and insights on leadership and leadership accountability ring true. As the President of Weber Business Services, LLC, a management consulting, training, and speaking firm headquartered near Harrisburg, PA, Liz and her team of consultants provide strategic and succession planning, leadership development, training, and executive coaching to a variety of clients. Liz has supervised business activities in 139 countries and has consulted with organizations in over 20 countries. She has designed and facilitated conferences from Bangkok to Bonn and Tokyo to Tunis. Liz has taught for the Johns Hopkins University's Graduate School of Continuing Studies and the Georgetown University's Senior Executive Leadership Program.

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