Here's how to tell if you're growing as a leader…

Scott Cochrane gives you three ways that he thinks you can actually measure your effectiveness as a leader (and in your development of other leaders).  Here they are:

1.  You are attracting higher capacity leaders into your orbit.

In short:  high capacity leaders will be drawn to you because of your own leadership.

2.  Your opinion is not only being heard, it is being sought out.

In short:  Heads will turn in your direction to see what YOU think.

3.  There are increasing numbers of leaders in your circle.

In short: not because you’re attracting new leaders, but because you’re producing more leaders.

Read more of Scott’s thoughts here.  It’s worth your time!

So… how are you doing on the three points above?  Anything you would add to Scott’s list?

Todd

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