Conscious leaders look inward to create positive results outward.
A conscious leader holds themselves accountable for understanding what the employee needs to provide the best performance possible.
Create an environment of safety
Employees will be more likely to tell their boss what they need instead of slipping into a more fear-based state of mind.
Set clear expectations
Conversations with superiors are often difficult for employees because they themselves are not self-aware. Perhaps they have little idea what is required of them because expectations were not made clear.
Model the accountability you want to see
We are responsible for our reactions, thoughts, and deeds. When we remain accountable for what is showing up for us, we act from the most powerful place within us.
By: Tom Eddington
Tom has worked three decades in business as a consultant, educator, entrepreneur, and strategic advisor. He is a student and teacher of board, leadership, and organization effectiveness – focusing on how they grow, achieve, and sustain effectiveness while remaining stewards for their stakeholders.