How do you measure your success as a leader? Very often leaders measure their success by looking at financial data but there’s a lot of information that those financial metrics simply do not convey. They are not going to immediately reflect a leader who has gone off course, who is operating with bad habits, ineffective relationships, or unhealthy communication.
If you’re looking for practical strategies that you can use to evaluate your effectiveness as a leader, you’ve come to the right place!
Today we discuss how being consistent is one of the best outward signs of your effectiveness and how to develop this through the tools in the Lean Six Sigma. You’ll learn about how to identify and track data, the power of measuring effectiveness by way of your interactions, and the importance of a control phase to measure and sustain your solution once you have achieved it.
Tuning in you’ll find out how to affect and sustain positive change as a leader and continue to measure your effectiveness. You’ll also find out where you can get a daily progress checklist and other resources to help you do this. For all this and more, tune in today!
Key Points From This Episode:
- Today’s topic: strategies that you can use to evaluate your effectiveness as a leader.
- Why being consistent is one of the best outward signs of your effectiveness.
- How to develop consistency through the tools in the Lean Six Sigma.
- Why you want to be able to track data.
- The daily progress checklist and how this can help you determine how you are facilitating your team.
- An example of a manager that had failed to empower their team and how Cynthia helped them.
- The power of measuring effectiveness by way of your interactions.
- The importance of a control phase to measure and sustain whatever solution you have put in place.
- The role of personal controls and policy control measures.
- How to implement mindset and behavioral changes.
- The importance of the right expectations as a leader.
- What you need to do to ensure that the changes you make will stay in place.
- The story of a team that Cynthia helped with a succession plan using these principles.
- Where you can find resources to help you get clarity on challenges you may have.