“Mirror, mirror on the wall, will I be ready
when they ask me to be the leader?”
A positive attitude towards yourself and others around you will make a great difference in the outcome of your efforts to build a better leadership brand. No one wants to help a person with a negative attitude or support their efforts. Do you want to be known for having a “positive” outlook on life or known for always talking about the “negative” things in life?
As a leader, people look up to you for your wisdom and guidance. Projecting a “positive” attitude and seeing the opportunities that come from problems will give you a brand that others will want to follow.
When you look into the mirror, do you see a person with a positive attitude and confidence in their personal leadership brand? If not, the people at work will not see it either when you walk through the door to lead them.