People Who Develop Others

People Who Develop Others

A leader develops the capacity of others.

Every day, in leading others, you have the impact to help them grow personally and professionally. You may do so formally or informally; as a job responsibility or not; in the workplace, or in the community; at home; in person or from a distance.

Who are you?

Coach. Mentor. Consultant. Supervisor. Peer. Parent. Friend. Counselor. Therapist. Trainer. Teacher. Pastor. Guide. Confidante. Manager. Co-worker. Team member. Cheerleader. Encourager.

Leader.

You are one who has decided to make a difference.

You are one who focuses on others, seeing their strengths, potential, and ability.

You are one who invests in others, giving time and attention, even money and other resources.

You are one who has decided to make a difference.

Leader.

Coach. Mentor. Consultant. Supervisor. Peer. Parent. Friend. Counselor. Therapist. Trainer. Teacher. Pastor. Guide. Confidante. Manager. Co-worker. Team member. Cheerleader. Encourager.

Thankyou

Thank you.

This was originally posted at Mountain State University LeaderTalk and is re-posted with permission. 

Filed As:  LeaderTalk, leadership

About Becky Robinson

I am the owner of Weaving Influence and the leader of the Weaving Influence team. We help authors and thought leaders grow their online influence. I am also a wife and mom of three daughters, and I enjoy running, reading, writing, a good cup of coffee, and dark chocolate.

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  • In our current economic climate where there is so much stress to do more with less, it’s easy to forget that one of the main roles of the leader is to develop others. Thank YOU, Becky for reminding us of this.

  • If you’re the boss, then developing team members is part of your job. It can also be your most potent heritage.

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