YOU CAN'T LEAD OTHERS UNTIL YOU CAN LEARN TO LEAD YOURSELF
Steve Adubato discussed leadership and moderated a panel of distinguished leaders in conjunction with CIANJ
LESSON IN LEADERSHIP:
Great leaders use the
power of empathy.
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Steve Adubato joins MetroFocus to share key "Lessons in Leadership" from his new book
Just as iron needs to be heated up and hammered into shape, great leaders are formed by real-life challenges that test their mettle. To be tough enough to lead means you must be willing to learn from both your mentors and your mistakes. These are two key takeaways from Lessons in Leadership (Rutgers University Press), a new book by Steve Adubato, Ph.D...
Losing it. Blowing your cool. Acting like a jerk in public. Playing the victim. Overreacting. Pouting, complaining, yelling. You get the picture. We’ve all been there. I know I have, way more often than I’d like to admit. And every time it happens, nothing good comes from it.
Letting someone go who either is not performing after continual coaching and training or has a negative attitude is not easy, but is something that must be done. I’m talking about people who do the bare minimum or won’t pitch in when the organization needs them, people who complain on a regular basis and create a negative environment by the way they conduct themselves.