Leadership Drama: Vitality or Liability? | #PeopleSkills

Do leaders have to use leadership drama to be strong and effective? Some leaders believe their vitality comes from loud speech and strong actions. Yet many they lead see this as chaos — a liability — not as vitality. So which is it?

Leadership drama: vitality or a liability?

Leadership Drama: Image is red sky w/ dark cloud.

Leadership Drama: Vitality or Liability. Image by Jon Rieley-Goddard via Flickr Creative Commons License.

Image by Jon Rieley-Goddard via Flickr Creative Commons License.

Leadership Drama: Is It Vitality or a Liability?

To assess whether your leadership style is filled with leadership drama …

Leadership drama that inspires or calms is vitality. If it increases fear and confusion, it’s a liability.

Leadership is about positive influence. Replace the old belief that drama and chaos keep people on their toes and produce better results. This ultimately tears people apart. It dissolves teamwork into infighting and self-preservation. Instead, lead with humility and confidence. You will inspire people you lead and unite them for great success.

How has leadership drama affected you? Positively or negatively?

From my professional experience to your success,
Kate Nasser, The People Skills Coach™

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