I first had to reinvent my leadership when I made a big decision to leave a very successful sales career in corporate America and start my first business. 10-years later, my “new” business was thriving and I had become “successfully miserable”. It was time to reinvent — grow, stretch, expand — my leadership again.
People — our clients, colleagues, family members — are attracted to us because of who we are as leaders: successful, high-achieving, glass-half-full type people. When we stop being who we are, others will notice, and our business and personal results will plummet.