Great Leaders Are Like Plutonium, They Radiate Energy

Leaders can either empower teams and organizations or destroy them. Positive leadership skills fuel the engines of innovation and growth. Negative fear-based, micromanagement throttles creativity and chokes out team power.  ​

Leadership is part art and part science. Great leaders are not born great. They learn the art and science of leadership over time, with experience, and through education. One of the most important ideas in leadership development is the concept of “Use of Self.”  The idea is that you are an indispensable tool in your leadership toolbox.  Developing yourself mentally, emotionally, physically, and spiritually is a crucial step in becoming a great leader. Become a leader who can lead all generations into a future where people are respected, and all four G’s of growth become a reality; consistent growth, competitive growth, profitable growth, and responsible growth.


The more mature you grow as a leader, the more you will view the workplace and organizations as systems. 

Every aspect of organizational life and business process intertwine with one another.  They create a network of systems or a meta-system.  A change in one system will have a reactive change in another.  Organizations are so much more than groups of people who complete procedures to create value from inputs and outputs.  They are more than profit-making mechanisms.  Corporations consist of living beings, with feelings and needs; each person has a unique reality and experiences at work.  As a leader, your role is to guide them, individually, as teams, and divisions, using your distinctive skills.

One of the most important ideas in leadership development is the concept of “Use of Self.”  The idea is that you are an indispensable tool in your leadership toolbox.  Developing yourself mentally, emotionally, physically, and spiritually is a crucial step in becoming a great leader.  There are many specialty disciplines within the realm of leadership, choose at least one.


#LeadershipTraining #TransformationalLeadership #LeadershipDevelopment #LeadingMillennials #ExecutiveCoaching #Leadership #ConflictResolution #ChangeManagement

0 views

© 2016 - 2020 Gregory Buschman, Ph.D.(c) All rights reserved.