Last week my daughter and niece—both 13 years old—attended a Student Self Leadership course that was offered to employees here at The Ken Blanchard Companies. I was curious about what they would think about the program since we were basically teaching them an accelerated, age appropriate version of the class we teach to aspiring leaders around the world. So I took the opportunity to ask them what they learned.
They talked about how it’s up to the individual to manage their development and get the direction and support they needed. They shared that self leadership is about setting goals and achieving them.
Next, I asked what advice they would give to a first-time manager who was stepping into a new role of leading others. They came up with three things.
- Learn what’s expected. What is expected of someone in the role of a manager? What does a good job look…
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