In climbing, the “lead” is first to climb, setting the route or path for others to follow. Along the way, the lead places or uses “anchors”, points of attachment that provide “protection” for the lead and those that follow, freeing all to use their talents and skills more confidently through the climb.
Our Leadership Anchors are habits and hacks you can use to establish a foundation for your leadership. With the right anchors in place and used well, you are better able to apply your unique talents and style to the challenge of delivering results reliably by leading others.
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Staying Connected Randy | Champion > Engagement Sustaining quality relationships with members of your team is a challenge for any leader in our modern workplaces. Opportunities to truly connect in a real conversation are few and far between. It is even more difficult for leaders with team members working remotely, out of sight and…Read More
Take Me to Your Leader Randy | General According to Wikipedia, the expression “take me to your leader” originated in a 1953 cartoon by Alex Graham published in The New Yorker magazine. Since then it has become cliché, a fun cultural catchphrase in popular music and movies. Here are two serious questions though: If…Read More