Leadership and Character
How to Lead People to the Next Level and Genuinely Be Happy For Their Success
When you're in a leadership position, it's almost inevitable that you're going to make life changing decisions that won't always go over well with the people that you are leading. Being a leader doesn't always mean that you will be liked. Being a leader doesn't guarantee that people will agree with all of your decisions either.
The best leaders consistently do what's best for the team, even if their decision is unpopular. It's never easy sitting in the leadership chair.
Tim Tebow recently signed a one-year contract with the Jacksonville Jaguars. His new head coach, Urban Meyer, is also his old head coach.
The decision by Coach Meyer to bring in Tim Tebow sent the sports world into a negative frenzy of shortsighted comments and "click-bait" dialogue.
What’s the value of character? Having an elite leader of character on your team or in the building? Having someone that you trust in your office? Having someone that clings to and adheres to the same values and high standards as you do?
In order to shift a culture, you have to shovel in character!
On this episode of the Roy Hall Jr. Podcast, Leadership and Character, I discuss why having high character people in the room is necessary if you are attempting to change the room! In the process I'll also show you How to Lead People to the Next Level and Genuinely Be Happy For Their Success.
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