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When morale is low employees may not express it but they are waiting on management to solve the problem and this is where energizing leaders thrive. No matter where you are in the org chart, from first level manager to CEO, your efforts and attitude impact your team.Energizing leaders also work exceptionally well in a collaborative and purposeful environment. Energizing leaders particularly struggle in an environment where process skills matter more than people skills. The need for organizations has become more important than ever and indispensable people skills are imperative. An organization where the environment is centered around process skills rather than people skills will never thrive. People skills are important to fostering employee retention, improving leadership, and building a meaningful culture. Energizing leaders also struggle when the organization values positional authority and when colleagues focus on metrics and results that they gloss over how the results are generated.
Leadership StyleSMART GoalsPsychologists tell us that people who make consistent progress toward meaningful goals live happier more satisfied lives than those who don’t. According to Hara Estroff Marano (2003),“goals provide focus, productivity, bolster self-esteem and setting goals increases commitment”. SMART which is the acronym for specific, measurable, attainable, realistic and timebound has been used throughout the years to aid individuals in making their objectives clear and reachable. Developing SMART goals will help me focus on self-improvement and to assist me in furtheringmy leadership objectives. The specific goal I have is to gain the skills and experience necessary

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