Now that everyone is finally back at work, I'm getting super excited about the opportunities 2022 could bring. And I don't think I'm alone in that view. Pretty much all of the leaders I've chatted with over the previous weeks seem more optimistic about the future. Whether it's because they finally had a chance to take a break and recharge their batteries, or because the covid situation seems to be improving isn't important to me. The simple fact that they have a more positive outlook means we can expect to see more investment being made into research, development and innovation. And let's hope that this in time trickles down into improved GDP and employment rates too. Of course, only the best leaders are going to successfully navigate what is still a tricky time. But what does it mean to be the 'best' leader? And can we all learn how to be the best, or greatest if we put our minds to it? I had a crack at answering these two questions in my latest podcast, the three pillars of great leadership.
It was based on ideas that I took away from interviewing some genuinely exceptional leaders over the last two years. And the good news is I'm convinced that we can all learn how to be great leaders if we focus on these three key pillars.
Well convinced enough to not only tell you about it but give it crack myself!
If you do take a listen, let me know what you think. Col