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How Denver Conduct Their Leadership Development Trainingsfrom: Valerie Christie - Guest Writer
Leaders are not expected to make mistakes. That is why there are leadership development trainings available in Denver and in every state. These trainings are the ones that help them eliminate, if not, lessen the downfalls that leaders fall into.
What are some of the examples of the most common downfalls leaders tend to make?
1. Abuse of power.
It is true that when you have attained power, there is tendencies that you will abuse that power and make it work for your advantage. This is the same way with leaders. This hunger for power is especially seen from those who have just started.
Since these leaders know what they are capable of already, they try to make their power work for what they want. People can always tell if their leader is taking advantage of their given powers. They are wise to this already that they are taking the necessary actions to control or stop them.
When you are hungry for power, you will notice that nobody will want to work with you. This is because they know that you will just abuse the authority that is given to you. It is obvious that you will not be the kind of leader that they will follow.
2. Lacking in knowledge and expertise.
This is what happens when the leader chosen does not have enough expertise on their field. It may be because the leader is not taking his leadership seriously enough to make his people understand what their goal is and what should be done to achieve that goal.
There are even those who have been out in the position without having a first hand knowledge or experience in the field. There are also some who have already closed their doors to learning more and staying stagnant on what he believes in.
3. Not sharing responsibilities.
In thinking that they are way better than all their people, leaders want to do everything themselves. They also do this to take all the credits for the work done.
It is apparent that leaders like this do not have enough confidence on the people working for them. This is where they are wrong. Since the people are tasked to do the job, they would not be put in that position if they do not have the capacity to get the job done.
Leaders who do not delegate responsibilities to the people he is handling is not taking into account what others are capable of. People then lose the respect that they have given this leader because they are not given the same respect they deserve.
4. Putting the blame on other people.
There are leaders that consider the job of another as their own and get credit for it. But when the unfortunate happens, the same person who has done the job is the one blamed.
In the past, employees just shut up and keep their mouths shut in the injustice. But now, they are given more choices and steps to take in case they are taken advantage. This is the reason why leaders need to be aware of the rights of their employees. They are not anymore puppet and creatures that are made to move and maintain silence.
Leadership development trainings in Denver are forever pointing out these downfalls to newbie leaders and even to those who are in the leadership for quite some time. These things serve as reminders and things to ponder on.