Reading books is a great way to learn about leadership, but an even better way is to study firsthand how a quality organization – and a struggling organization – are run, says Anthony Guerra.
As a leader, you can’t handle every situation – and you shouldn’t, says Anthony Guerra, who believes sometimes problems are best solved when it’s someone else who steps up.
In any partnership there are going to be minefields; a great leader must be willing – and able – to identify them and formulate a plan to avoid them, says Anthony Guerra.
Seeking advice before making a decision is critical, even – and perhaps, especially – if you don’t end up following it, says Anthony Guerra, who believes the process can provide clarity.
A surefire way to keep the best and brightest out of your talent pool? By taking away benefits like flexible schedules and remote arrangements, says Anthony Guerra.