The Price of Business Digital Network has a new series of outstanding commentaries from thought leaders. This is one in that series.
Quote: “Anyone who wants to lead the orchestra must turn his or her back on the crowd” – Max LucadoDaring leadership is all about boldness to tune out all forms of distractions in order to maximize our leadership to better serve the people we are called to lead. A symphony conductor is a great example of a daring leader that has learned to do the following three things very well: 1. A daring leader leads with love; sacrificing to serve those he or she is called to lead. 2. A daring leader leads with passion; with a strong feel of care for those he or she is called to lead. 3. A daring leader leads with purpose; be that a short or long term impact. Distractions look different for leaders. The key thing is to recognize what distractions need to be tuned out in order to better serve those you have been called to lead. Now, go be a daring leader!