Interpersonal Leadership

Involve Your Colleagues in Your Improvement

Reading time 37 min
Involve Your Colleagues in Your Improvement

When we want to work on ourselves, it can be hard to know the most effective way forward.

And sticking to self-improvement plans can be fraught as well. Fortunately, there are people around who can give us a more clear-eyed view of routes onward that we may have missed. And harnessing their input can not only help us make bigger progress, it can be more fun and ensure that others are actually aware of the changes that we make.


Expected outcomes

Get others’ help in targeting our improvement

Involve others in reaching our development goals

A stronger sense of the improvements we can make based on the wisdom of others, and a plan for making those changes


Developed by

Marshall Goldsmith: Leadership coaching- CrossKnowledge Faculty

Marshall
Goldsmith

  • Interpersonal Leadership

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