Observation & Leadership
Leaders are observers. Here are three tips on how your observation skills can help you as a leader.
First, watch your workers and take note of who produces and who doesn’t. Look for weaknesses and strengths so you can capitalize on them.
Second, look for progress. You want to see what works and what doesn’t. You should be alert to overused methods and be able to value new routines for accomplishing tasks at hand. New production methods will in-turn result in new products.
Third, be able to determine the future leadership of the organization. You need to pay attention to those who have a passion for excelling. Leaders notice the interaction of skills and personalities. Your outstanding team members will evolve with the potential to take the organization to the next level.
Written by: Stephanie Eckler
CEO & Founder
Stephanie has over 20 years of management and marketing experience, and 12 years of consulting experience. She has received many awards for marketing efforts and has a proven track record of being very successful. Stephanie has experience working with small and large companies. She has held many marketing titles and has worked in the corporate world. She continues to take marketing classes and keep up with marketing trends so that she can share the knowledge with her clients.