New Year, New You. Or is it?
There is always so much talk this time of year about New Year resolutions and what we might do differently to make the coming year even better. Every media outlet will print endless lists of the many ways we can get off social media, how we can read more, exercise more, eat less. Whatever you need, there will be a resolution for it to start the year.
The list I don’t see too often is a resolution for how you might like to work on your leadership.
What have you decided to do differently as a leader in 2024? And is your leadership approach from years past still ‘fit for purpose’ as we go into another year?
For many of us, taking stock of our leadership impact is not something we do particularly often, especially without prompting. If it ain’t broke, and all that. But why wait until you receive feedback that something is broken?
So here’s an idea.
Why not ask the people you work with, early in our new year, what resolutions they think would be helpful for you to consider when it comes to your leadership. Use this new year as a time to seek feedback and build trust with those you impact at the same time.
Who can you ask for feedback to help you become a better leader in 2024?
In case you missed it
A short clip from inside the Guildhall London at the Thinkers50 Gala, 6 Nov 2023