Energetic Leadership

Jul 12 2010

Since energy is a defining characteristic of leadership, how can you generate more energy for leading people in teams and organizations?

One answer is to amp up your “relational energy” by being around other people who have high energy. For example, when asked to comment on their experience in the grueling CEO Ironman Challenge, participating executives often talk of the relational energy they gain from their race mates, rather than the physical energy drain of the test.

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