Great leaders are like mirrors. What they want to see in their team they often exhibit in themselves, even if that means facing things they’d prefer not to.
Can a handful of leadership attributes define every great leader? Or could you have a combination of many skills and still be a great leader?
Could a leader really change the course of a company, team, or even an individual’s happiness and success? And what’s the big deal about leadership anyway if you don’t have a team to lead?
According to LinkedIn, there’s a 76% chance of an employee still being at a company after 12 months, however by year three that drops to 48%!
Worryingly, 89% of employers think employees leave because of money, when only 12% actually do
Furthermore, reportedly over a third of employees are actively or casually looking for a new job right now. In the US alone, employers spend $2.9M per day looking…