One Leadership Tip: Day 69: Feedback

Day 69: Feedback

I mentioned the opportunity to speak last Friday to a MN school district.

I love speaking and having the opportunity to share my experiences and message on life and leadership.

Speaking is interesting, especially when being brought in to share a message to a group of people that isn’t necessarily their voluntarily.

In this case, it was a personal development day for the school district.

The lights were mostly off so they could see the screen behind me which meant I really couldn’t see the faces of those I was speaking with.

I think naturally we thrive off feedback from others and when speaking or performing have a desire to do well and create value for our audience.

Which brings me to the ONE LEADERSHIP TIP for today:

Leaders will always put their best effort forward. It will always be about others and not about you looking good.

Feedback in a form of body language, facial expressions, verbal, etc… help those in front gauge whether their message is landing or whether or not there is a need to adjust.

No matter whether there is available feedback or not, as leaders, if we lay it all on the line and rest assured that in turn, others will follow our lead that is really all it’s about.

Feedback will always come, just not always at the speed which you’d like.

It takes a Championship Leader to be open to feedback when it comes. To perform at our highest levels at all times no matter what will a sole focus to provide value to others.

That’s all I’ve got for today Big Shoots!

Coach Nate