If you recently got a promotion and are now in charge of a team (or a larger team) of people, your whole mindset for how and why you work has to evolve.
Why? Let’s back up. To get this promotion, I know you’ve had to be a super achiever. You’ve had to stay late. You’ve had to win salesman of the year. You’ve had to make connections.
But what got you here (like being an amazing salesperson, a knock-em-dead copywriter or an always-accurate accountant) isn’t going to get you there—”there” being an amazing leader.
Yes, you may have mastery over your craft, but leading a team of people requires a completely different skill set. If you’re a leader, ‘I’ does not exist in your vocabulary anymore. Everything is now ‘we.’
Your job as a leader is to adapt to change as quickly as the market is changing and to convince as many people as you can to adapt, too. You’re also expected to get people excited, create a future vision, implement strategies and dissolve silos between people and teams.
If you recently got promoted, the first few months in your new position is the ideal time to establish your leadership strategy, fire up your team, and set clear goals. But how?
You’re in luck, because in episode #40 of The Next 24 Hours, I’m sharing my best tips from having worked with legendary leaders at top corporations.
You’ll get to hear:
- How to create goals for your people (and have them feel ownership over them, too)
- What great leaders of major corporations do differently to bring about organizational transformation
- The three phases of setting corporate goals
- How to get everyone on the same page for success
As a speaker and author, Curtis Zimmerman has impacted over one million people with his life-changing messages and award-winning programs. Curtis is an expert at transforming organizations by inspiring individuals to live their lives at performance level.
Want to be inspired? Check out his podcast The Next 24 Hours.