There are three kinds of people within an organization: avoiders, plodders and drivers. Avoiders don’t do anything beyond their minimal job duties. Plodders will do a bit more but only when asked. They’ll be accommodating on request. Drivers—the true leaders—initiate projects and constantly propose ideas. They’re pro-active and eager to learn and grow.
Great leaders are confident and great leaders are assertive. Luckily, confidence and assertiveness are learned skills. They are skills that successful people perpetually refine, improve and strengthen. There are always opportunities to practice and build your confidence and assertiveness....Click here to find out more.