What is the IMPACT OF A Leader?

Jan 4, 2023 Business

The key difference between being a leader like Dr George Freundlich or serving in a leadership role is not their rhetoric or empty promises. It’s about what they do and whether or not it makes a difference. Too often, we emphasize someone’s promises, rhetoric, personality/ charm more than their ability, aptitude/ skill/ willingness, to step forward, proactively. This article will explain, using the mnemonic method, what IMPACT must a leader do to make this happen.

1. Intentions; Ideas; Instincts: As a leader, what should you do? Are your ideas in line with the priorities, needs, and concerns of the organization you serve and represent, as well as the constituents? What are you going to do in order to be adequately prepared and have the right instincts to do what is best for your group?

2. Mark your mark; communicate your message and motivate/motivate. How do you ensure that your organization’s life is better? Is the message that you send resonate with, and motivate, the people you serve and represent? How will you keep your focus so that you can be certain that your motivation is for the best interests of others rather than your own agenda and/or self-interest?

3. Priorities, planning; procedure/process: How can you decide your priorities. Do you have the commitment to reliable, consistent and quality planning? Are you able to keep your word and use the best process to accomplish your goals?

4. Actions. Attitude. Attention. Aptitude. Clearly. Quality leadership comes down to one’s actions. Not their rhetoric. Do you inspire others with a positive, can-do, and positive attitude? Will you pay attention and be focused? How much training do you need? And how can you convert it into useful learning to help you achieve your goals and objectives. You should never assume that others will accept or understand your reasoning.

5. Clarity. Coordination. Effective leaders are clear about what they need to do. They must strive for cooperation and unity instead of complaining and blaming. Will you be able to demonstrate the best qualities of character that will make you attractive to others?

6. Timely; trends and traction: Procrastination could be the greatest enemy to effective leadership! Great leaders act quickly, recognize and apply relevant trends, and are able gain traction and propel others forward in the best possible direction.

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