What kind of leader do you want to be?

When a CEO or executive director recognizes that personal behavior might be sending a message that he or she has become something other than a leader, it's time to reel back in and take self control.

This three-page resource dives into the topic of self-management and outlines the 11 basic tenets to help leaders think about relationship building and how to sustain it.

This is also a good time to review, recommit, and practice basic tenets of self-management:

  • Stay organized.
  • Ask questions.
  • Listen.
  • Concentrate.
  • Be flexible.
  • Seek feedback.
  • Build a support network.
  • Be your own devil’s advocate.
  • Be open and approachable.
  • Diffuse anger and conflict.
  • Learn how to “read” people.

Read the full article about practicing self-management at BoardSource.