Do you utilize acronyms in your leadership strategies?
What are some of your leadership strategies? Do you utilize any cliches or acronyms to get your messaging across? In the #CJJblog this week I give you three important leadership acronyms you can use in your plans moving forward. Enjoy.
- CRO (1). Chief Relationship Officer. How do you hold everyone in your organization accountable? As the CRO (1), it is your job to build relationships with your team members every day. You can do this by: 1) Have consistent 1-on-1 meetings with your team and ask questions relevant to them, 2) Praise people specifically and publicly, 3) Recognize special days (BDay, anniversaries, etc.), and 4) Get to know your people (hobbies, family, etc.).
- CST. Chief Story-Teller. Do you use stories as a way to motivate your team? Inspiration can be effectively obtained from previous experiences told by other team/company members. To become a good storyteller, you must have good tone, utilize pauses effectively, and get your audience involved. Are your stories relatable to those listening?
- CRO (2). Chief Reminding Officer. In order to be an effective leader, you must have clarity on your team mission, values, and what your team members are passionate about. It is your responsibility to live this message and share it with others. Utilizing guest speakers are a great way to further drive home your team values and get your people to buy in.
Did You Know? Coach Jim Johnson has a podcast. You can check out the Limitless Leadership Lounge episodes every week. Coach might be having an NBA player on as a guest soon…
Life Tip #40: Continue to add more disciplines to your life to become a more attractive leader