How to Be a Good Leader
Leadership Resources by Productive Flourishing
There’s a big difference between being in charge and being a good leader. You’ve seen the difference in others – and maybe you’ve seen it in yourself.
The bigger your dreams and goals, the more achieving them depends on your being an ever better leader.
In addition to being a philosopher, I was a joint force logistics coordinator in the Army National Guard and exited as a Captain. As my career progressed, I spent more time making sure the Air Force and Army were on the same sheet of operational music – not a small feat. Though I haven’t been in the Guard since 2010, that experience is still a core part of the way I understand the world, and it helped shape the way I advise people on building better teams and ventures worth being in.
Below is some of my best work on how to be a good leader – take a read-through, and if this is your jam, I’d love to work with you and your team.
With the tried and true methods and practices outlined here, you can feel confident in leading your teammates forward to finishing the stuff that matters. Whether your mission is more of a pinewood derby race or a mission through unknown territory, you can be more than just someone in charge; you can be an effective, respected leader.