Here are five actions that leaders can take to bolster achievement. Achievement is frequently oberved to happen in only a moment. What is often lost in the picture of achievement is all the hard work that went into that final moment which produced a spectacular achievement. Untold hours of preparation are almost sure to precede any great achievement. David Byrd gives us five great actions that leaders can encourage in their employees to start reaping the rewards of high achieving employees.
Achievement is, again, simply doing the right things consistently over a sustained period of time, and the “sustained period of time” comes to you moment by moment, one day at a time. The quality of your daily choices and actions are measured by their effectiveness, and it is the quality of that effectiveness that determines the degree of your achievement.
Highly effective leaders achieve greatly while ineffective leaders deliver sporadic results and low quality achievement. The difference between these two groups is this: the consistent effectiveness of their actions. You have been blessed with the significant power and freedom to choose. Those goal-directed, consistent, daily choices and actions are the stepping-stones to your future. Choose today to be an effective leader who is committed to consistently effective action that leads to achievement!.
Achievement is earned through hard work and dedication. High achievers will display certain characteristics that allow them to perform better than their peers. A high achiever will be one who makes effective choices with a positive attitude. People who strive for achievement are very focused and remain accountable for their actions. When someone is able to consistently incorporate these actions into their work then they will be ready to start achieving awesome outcomes. How is your leadership doing with these five actions to bolster achievement.