As a leader, we have to make tough leadership choices. As we get experience, we, inevitably, make better leadership choices.
Not all leaders are created equal. I do not think anyone would argue some leaders are more mature than others.
One way to evaluate leadership maturity is by looking at the choices we make. Below I share the ways those choices change with personal and leadership growth. This is how mature vs. immature leaders think about and intentionally make choices, daily.
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Take time and review the evolution of leadership choices from immature to mature below to be a better leader. Think about other leaders you admire and how they make choices. Think about the leaders you don’t admire and how they make choices. Become determined to mature your leadership choices today.
|MATURE LEADERSHIP CHOICES||VERSUS||IMMATURE LEADERSHIP CHOICES|
|What is best for others||rather than…||what is best for me|
|Teaching others||rather than…||just being taught|
|Developing depth of understanding||rather than…||struggling with the basics|
|Problem predicting||rather than…||problem solving|
|Less drama||rather than…||more drama|
|Seeking unity||rather than…||promoting disunity|
|Desiring spiritual challenges||rather than…||desiring entertainment|
|Careful study and observation||rather than…||opinion and halfhearted efforts|
|Active faith||rather than…||cautious apathy and doubt|
|Truth||rather than…||being popular|
|Feelings and experiences evaluated in the light of wise accountability||rather than…||experiences evaluated according to your feelings|
What other mature vs. immature leadership choices can you think of? I would love to get your insights as well.
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