As a child, riding a seesaw was fun, wasn’t it? Well, except when you didn’t have equal weight on both sides—then it was just out of balance and someone got stuck in mid-air.
This bears the question—is your leadership out of balance?
Most likely it is because statistically, more than 85% of the population tilts toward being strong at either Results or Relationships and weak at the other.
What’s Wrong With Being Out of Balance?
The idea of balancing results and relationships is nothing new, but if we assume that character is the foundation of leadership, then there should be an inner motivation to accomplish the mission (get results) and take care of the people (build relationships).
If you don’t get results, you can’t be truly successful in your work or justify your purpose and if you don’t take care of your people, some will quit and leave and some…
View original post 883 more words