Leadership development is challenging in the best of times, and nearly impossible in a pandemic. However, if you break it down into 4 parts, it is more manageable and productive:
- Skills development. Specifically, this involves four core skills: self-awareness, communication, influence, and learning agility.
- Performance development. Productivity is actually a science that is and should be taught to optimize quality output and increase intradepartmental alignment.
- Mental and emotional development. This involves achieving higher levels of self-awareness and not only understanding who you are but who want will and want to be.
- Moral development. It is essential to gain emotional and ethical maturity. This enables people to shift their focus from their own success to the accomplishments of those around them.