30Bring It Home
Learn Something New—Outside of Work
LEADERSHIP SELF-DEVELOPMENT feels good, but it’s a lot of work, isn’t it? Hopefully, you’re integrating the development into your regular routine and practicing some of your new skills on the job. Maybe you’ve mastered a few new tricks already, and they’re just part of your leadership style now. Or maybe you’ve become so good at delegation that you’re actually making time in your day for more of these game-changing ideas—that would be ideal.
No matter how much progress you’re making, it’s time to introduce another way to develop yourself, which can pay surprising dividends for you as a leader even though it’s not directly related to the job. In fact, this development doesn’t even happen at work; ...