What is Profitable Leadership?

FILED IN Leadership Skills, Performance coaching ON July 26th, 2012 - NO COMMENTS

Profitability is defined as the return you get from deployment of your assets.

A Leader has three assets: Time, Knowledge and Values.

The Profitable Leadership Model

How you deploy them determines whether you are Leadership Profitable or Leadership Bankrupt.

Managers who constantly act as the “expert”; solving all the problems brought to them by subordinates, are leadership bankrupt. Managers who constantly “nag” staff about performance issues; yet never get them resolved, are leadership bankrupt.

Profitable Leaders use non-directive coaching as the primary communication skill. They deploy their time to develop the thinking and problem solving skills of subordinates, applying knowledge only where needed, then coaching staff to create their own solutions, taking ownership as they do so. True employee engagement resulting in higher productivity and lower attrition.

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