The evolution of anything is a complex and uncomfortable process. Never perfect, it is a fight between what is to come and what currently is…
Becoming a leader is an actual evolution. It is the process of starting off as one person, and ending up as someone else.
The battle between believing that you can succeed and giving up for self preservation after enough tough days in a row…
High performers never enjoy the process of learning something new and performing badly at it, until they learn to succeed at it. It’s uncomfortable, especially as someone who has succeeded before.
But -you’ll get through it, it’s an awakening process when you have the help of a great team to teach you. You will have to collect some negative results to understand how to create positive ones. Make it through your education, it doesn’t have to take long.
Raising a level of performance or initiative is rarely accomplished without struggle, resistance and persistence. Be ready for this, and know that you can overcome your challenges by paying attention, being a good student and applying what you learn.
Having the courage to enter the leadership field is something that you should be proud of. The rewards you will get by learning to succeed will improve every other area of your life.
Studying leadership is studying people, and determining to become better with people is a gift that will serve your future.
Understanding The Evolution of Leadership will help. It will allow you to diagnose yourself so that you will know where you are and what you need.
There are four phases that every leader goes through.
Some go through all four phases very quickly, others take a little longer – the entire goal is to succeed at getting through to the final phase.
Doing so teaches you that you can. You will lose your fear of taking on such challenges in the future. You owe it to yourself to grow that kind of confidence.
Sometimes you don’t necessarily pick a leadership role, sometimes it somehow picks you. Leadership by surprise is common. Some people reach a leadership role without even knowing if they wanted to lead in the first place, they sort of stumble into it.
Regardless of how you got to a leadership role, this guide will help you navigate what to do next.
You may just become the best leader you’ve ever met.