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Identify Your Style


I have been thinking about it a lot and...


Researchers and pundits have been expounding about leadership styles since the beginning of time. When I think of my leadership style I rely less on their thoughts and reflect on how I do things.


I refer to my leadership style as the GSD style, Get Sh$t Done. Each task, challenge, and project that comes across my desk gets 100% of my attention and I draft a plan as to how to accomplish the associated goals. If it is a task that needs to be delegated to a staff member, I do so and monitor the progress. If it needs my own personal finesse, it will absolutely get that, or if it needs me to collaborate with another I will successfully put plans into action to make that happen.


I treat each project and the people with whom I work with absolute respect and give them the attention they deserve. The benefit of the GSD style is that as a leader I focus on the final goal and do whatever it takes to make that happen. My style focuses on the work and not my ego or anyone else's.


So now this raises the question of what YOUR leadership style is? This is something so important to identify, but so often forgotten.


Reply with your response, I would love to hear from you.


In love, light, and leadership,


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