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Being a High Impact Leader
Jackalyn Rainosek is currently serving as the co-owner
of the DTP Leadership Group, LLC, which focuses on
transforming peoples’ lives for the better. They teach
people about their habitual patterns so that they can
use this knowledge to lead themselves, and eventually
others as well. Being a high impact leader professionally
means influencing the lives of the people around you in
a positive way. Here are some tips for being a high
team of employees or your company. As a leader, you
need to make sure that everyone is working together
for the good of themselves, and the company as a
whole. Leaders who are able to motivate their
employees to work together rather than compete are
able to produce higher numbers for their businesses or
the businesses they work for.
noticing opportunities. In order to be a positive leader
and influence in the lives of your employees, you need
to be able to notice opportunities when they present
themselves. This also means that you can recognize
the best moments to take risks, and when to hold
back for something better. Leaders have to take risks
in order to grow and achieve success.
actions and behavior. Strong leaders are never satisfied
with the way things are; they want to improve themselves
constantly. Don’t shy away from self-criticism, but ask
yourself what skills you have as a leader that could be
improved upon. If you can look critically at yourself, you’ll
be able to grow as a leader in the professional world.
Jackalyn Rainosek has been teaching people how to be
high impact leaders for years, and she is an expert when
it comes to the habitual patterns that block growth.