This content was written by SCCCC member Hendrik-Jan Francke of Bright Orange Thread
Your dedication, innovation, and passion catapulted your business growth. That was the easy part. Now, you need to lead and manage people. And you have a cocktail of stress, anxiety, and feelings of overwhelm when you think about it. If you’re experiencing these feelings, you’re a reluctant leader.
Leadership Coach Alan Scholnick explains that being a "reluctant leader" doesn’t mean you can’t be a good leader.
Scholnick has 27+ years of experience and helps individual leaders, groups, and teams to become better leaders by offering them the space to reflect and build upon their experiences.
He explains the struggle of the reluctant leader. Maybe you worry that the people you manage won’t match your dedication, quality, or focus. Or you’re dealing with the pressure of managing people who are also your family, peers, or friends. That’s okay.
Scholnick introduces strategies for reluctant leaders to manage their stress, including…
Read about 2 real-life examples of reluctant leaders and how they managed their reluctance in Alan Scholnick’s full blog post.
This content was written by SCCCC member Hendrik-Jan Francke of Bright Orange Thread. You can sign up for their newsletter Marketing Untied.