Three factors enable leaders to drive change

Bob Schultek Author of The Gauntlet
  1. The leader is perceived as genuine and credible, consistently demonstrating conviction and modelling values-based behaviors, while being positive, transparent and open to feedback.
     
  2. People trust that their leader has their back – that he or she understands what motivates and concerns them, and keeps this in mind when setting high, but realistic, expectations of them.
     
  3. People feel respected and appreciated for their contributions, driven by the leader’s confidence in them and gratitude for their commitment.

Which of these 3 factors require more of your attention?

How else do you inspire people to invest discretionary effort in a change initiative?